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This holdover featuring olive green premium adidas uk leather and embossed Swoosh branding (that's a little bit lower on the side panel than usual) also comes equipped with a classic gum sole that we could see being worn just as easily with a pair of tight-rolled jeans as a pair of gym shorts. There's no word yet on a release date, but stay tuned for more details to come.After the Nike Air Max 97 "White Snakeskin" dropped, another premium serpent theme is headed to retailers next month with the Nike Air Max 97 Pink Snakeskin. This comes on the heels of the news that Nike Sportswear will be releasing a total of 13 colorways of the Air Max model currently celebrating its 20th anniversary this August. The Air Max 97 Pink Snakeskin features a tonal pastel shade throughout the mesh and synthetic leather upper while a crisp white midsole adds a clean finish. The pair will be available at select spots on August 4th. We here at Sneaker News pride ourselves on bringing you all the facts on new sneakers as soon as we can, but we have to admit, this upcoming edition of the Nike SB Blazer Mid is a bit of a mystery to us. With no official word yet from Nike SB on a story behind the colorway, we're stumped for now on the meaning behind the color-faded canvas Swooshes and the "78" and "17" text on each leather heel panel with a grid-embossed finish. 

Summertime is the perfect platform for the global hoops capitals of the world to get their shine, and Nike Basketball is launching a limited edition set of the Hyperdunk 2017 Low to celebrate NYC, Chicago, Los Angeles, Manila, Madrid, and Beijing in their own unique ways. The NYC?edition emphasis the competition between top talents of different neighborhoods, often seen in the Big Apple's iconic street courts. The Chicago edition honors Saieed Ivey, a high-school basketball player who passed away?in 2014; it has a special call-out to "Failure Is Not An Option", a city-wide mantra that ignites the elite level of play. LA comes in with a Drew League edition, with a color call-out to adidas women shoes Orange County and Inland Empire. The concrete atmosphere of Manila's Tenement Curt Taguig informs this Philippines-inspired design. Beijing's edition shines bright with a tonal Emerald upper. Finally, the Madrid edition represents the heightened hoops activity that comes during sundown. The Nike Hyperdunk 2017 Low, which features the new REACT cushion, will begin releasing today in the Madrid edition.The remaining five release in August.If you're an Air Force 1 fans with some New York pride, this is definitely some of the best news you'll receive all year: the classic "Jones Beach" colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low is returning. 

Originally released back in 2009, the shoe pays tribute to New York's Long Island and its biggest summer destination, adidas mens shoes Jones Beach. Reproduced as an exact match to the 2009 version, the shoe features a sandy tan canvas upper with a tonal seaweed graphic on the leather heel panels. Light blue accents to match the water are found on the special Jones Beach tongue tag depicting the area's iconic brick water tower, while the design is finished with clear outsoles with a map of Long Island visible underneath. So far the "Jones Beach" Air Force 1 Low retro appears to be releasing in-store only this Saturday, July 22nd in the New York area at select retailers like Extra Butter and Renarts. adidas is ready to embark on a 15th Anniversary celebration of the ClimaCool by releasing an updated model that blends the original ClimaCool aesthetic with contemporary design cues. The ClimaCool 02/17 shares a similar silhouette to the popular NMD models, only the ClimaCool lacks any Boost cushioning or Primeknit -; although the model itself is privy to those upgrades. This black/white colorway is set for a release on August 10th at select adidas Originals retailers worldwide, but don't look too far ahead -; the "OG" colorway is dropping very soon. 

August will be the unofficial month of Air Max 97 as Nike unveils thirteen new releases set to drop next month. In addition to the?"Marina Blue" colorway?that is already confirmed for an August 1st release, Nike is poised to drop three iterations of the shoe -; the "OG", the "Premium", nike sale and the new "Ultra 17". The OG keeps things unchanged, delivering the same quality and design on a tonal black and crisp white upper. The Premium elevates things a notch with fancier materials such as snakeskin. Finally, the Ultra 17 modernizes the silhouette while reducing the weight. Without further ado, check out all thirteen Air Max 97 releases for August below; they will release at select retailers and Nike SNKRS globally. The Nike Air Max 97 made a ceremonious return in the original "Silver Bullet" theme, but it appears that the classic colorway is making a return on an updated rendition of the epic running shoe. Nike will soon introduce the Air Max 97 Ultra '17, which features a rebuilt upper and sole with lighter materials. The "AIR MAX" type on the heel stripes have been updated as well, while the signature 3M reflective tracks on the upper are now "taped" rather than embroidered. There are several colorways of the Air Max 97 Ul '17 in the works, some of which you can catch in our massive preview. The Thunder's trade for Paul George was the highlight of this off-season and we can't wait to see the highlight reels featuring reigning MVP Russell Westbrook and PG13 throughout next season. 

Perhaps inspired by the popularity of the "Zebra" Yeezy Boost 350 v2, the NMD R1 gets its own black and white striped renditions this summer, with two similar Primeknit uppers that simply reverse each other; one features a white base with black striping, and the other gets a back base with white stripes. The signature midsole "bumpers" match the respective black and white bases of the uppers, while a semi-translucent white outsole finishes off each exotic look. Both "Zebra" NMD R1 colorways are set to launch on August 17th at select adidas Originals accounts globally. We suggest you start getting ready for their release now, because we guarantee these Zebras will go extinct very quickly after the drop date. New Balance continues the bringback of the 520 this summer with a special collection just for women. After dropping the 520 "Hairy Suede" pack for men, the archival runner originally from the 1970s now arrives in four premium looks for the ladies, with tonal tan, light blue, dark pink, and black tonal uppers in a mix of high quality suede and nylon detailed with veg-tan leather on each heel tab. Featuring a clean, low profile look with the quality you expect from New Balance, the women's 520 is available now at select retailers and NewBalance. After a ceremonious debut back in February, the Nike PG 1 has become one of the top-selling basketball shoes of the first half of 2017. 

Nike hasn't let up in any way in terms of colorway options, and the recent introduction to NIKEiD only expanded the options exponentially. The shoes are just a few months old, but we're already getting a peek at the next Nike PG shoe; while it is unclear if this is a Nike PG 2 signature shoe or the first takedown model, similar to what the Kobe Venomenon, KD Trey 5, and LeBron Soldier are to the Kobe, KD, and LeBron signature lines. The design is revealed to very simple, with mesh uppers, PG's signature, and his logo on the tongue. The placement of the Swoosh changes dramatically as Nike opts for a reverse look at the heel. The curvy midsole also suggests that this unnamed Paul George model may have REACT technology as it resembles the newly introduced Hyperdunk 2017. With most of Nike's signature shoe models approaching the end of their life cycles, we have signature shoes like the Kyrie 4, LeBron 14, and the next installment of the nike shoes Kobe AD series to look forward to, with the Kyrie 4 likely to debut this winter. The Nike REACT Hyperdunk 2017 is feeling blue, but in a good way, for this upcoming release with a mix of blue shades across the Flyknit upper and sole. The latest innovation from Nike Basketball drops on August 3rd in simple white and black colorways, and it looks like they'll soon be followed by this more colorful version with a heathered royal blue and grey Flyknit weave up top and a light blue tint / on the wavy REACT foam midsole and rubber outsole.