Sneaker press release updates for October 2, 2021



Although brands around the world use words like ‘game changer’, ‘futuristic’ and ‘innovative’ in their marketing campaigns for their sneakers, few are really changing the shoe space in a sustainable way. NIKE, Inc. and adidas YEEZY, two companies currently busy with the “next” thing, revealed plans that have been going on for years throughout 2021.

Of course, conglomerate Swoosh is often criticized for its ‘lazy’ design, especially when it comes to some of its older Air Jordan proposals, but the North American institution has never been one to rest on its laurels. . In this regard, he unveiled the LeBron James Innovation Center, a new sports research center at the center of Nike’s world headquarters. NIKE, Inc. had dozens of names to choose from, as it worked hand-in-hand with iconic athletes over the years on products that push the industry, but “the Akron kid” finally beat its mark. colleagues. Much talk about how much time LeBron James has left in professional sports has surrounded the looming 2021-22 NBA season, but one thing is certain: the Cleveland native has already left a punchy enough mark on the world to serve as a reminder of the innovation at the heart of the largest sportswear brand.

While it doesn’t yet have a decades-old campus, Kanye West’s YEEZY empire has rocked the footwear world in its eight years with the backing of Adidas. Mr West has had his fair share of naysayers throughout his career in the public eye, but this criticism has apparently reached new heights due to his submissions under the YZY label. Yet, “you have consistently proven that he is thinking about the future, and time and time again the world has caught up with his vision of it. Styles like the YEEZY FOAM RUNNER and the newly primed YZY BSKTBL KNIT 3D demonstrate the “DONDA” creator’s penchant for “different”, as both were quickly seen as this (perhaps in more “colorful” terms).

Too many sneaker offers have sprung up since the popularity of the segment outside of sports began to grow. Some designs, however, have stood the test of time, inspiring new generations of products and consumers. Among them, creations like the Nike Air Force 1, Air Jordan 1 and the adidas Forum come to mind. Discerning and casual collectors are always drawn to the original colourways of these sneakers and the like, but they’ve also been treated to modified versions of these heritage-rich designs. Whether through color palettes, collaborations, or engineering tweaks, shoes that weren’t afraid to show just how willing they are not to rest on their laurels have held up in the face of fast fashion. and other developments which have forced certain options into oblivion.

For a look at all of this and more, check out our top headlines coming October 2-8.

Air Jordan 13 “Navy” Set For 2022 Arrival
Inspired by the 1998 low-top.
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This week in Air Jordan 1 Mids
They sell.
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Another adidas YZY BSKTBL shoe revealed
This time in knitting.
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“Strawberry Cough” Nike SB Dunks Are Finally Down
Puff, puff, cop.
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Xbox celebrates 20th anniversary with adidas Forum Tech BOOST
Inspired by Halo.
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This week in Nike Dunks
Two-tone goodness, and more.
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Nike’s Halloween 2021 collection unveiled
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UNDEFEATED and Feng Chen Wang to headline this week’s Converse collaborations
Spread the One-Star brand around the world.
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This week in Nike Air Force 1
Before the model’s 40th anniversary.
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Eames and Reebok announce their first collaborative drops
Simple and clean.
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Visit the LeBron James Innovation Center at Nike Global Headquarters
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