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Sneaker News #27 – adidas and Reebok’s Daring Collaboration

Welcome to Sneaker News #27. This week, we see two iconic silhouettes unite as the adidas ZX 8000 meets the Reebok Insta Pump Fury in a tantalising collision. There are plenty more collaborations to keep your eye on too including Nike’s latest with Dior’s Kim Jones and Puma’s continued collection with Kid Super. Meanwhile, new Yeezy has just dropped and another colourway of the Air Jordan 3 is sure to have sneakerheads excited. Check it all below.

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Adidas zx fury

adidas ZX Fury

adidas continues its 86-shoe A-ZX series, giving us 26 different versions of the ZX 8000. The ‘Z’ in the series sees the silhouette collide with Reebok’s Insta Pump Fury. You’ll immediately recognise elements from both silhouettes on the shoes including the ZX 8000 heel and the Insta Pump button on the tongue. March 18th is the day you’ll be able to get your hands on this special edition drop.

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Air Max 95 x Kim Jones ‘Total Orange’

Nike is teaming with Dior’s artistic director for a new collaboration that takes on the Air Max 95 silhouette. At first look, it may seem like another iteration of the Air Max 95 but these shoes are packed with little details. From the mini Swoosh on the toe cap to the perforated upper, they’re vibrant, textured shoes. The pop of orange is a nod to OG colourways which influenced Jones’ upbringing in London. Watch Nike on 19th March for your chance to cop.

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Yeezy Boost 380 ‘Covellite’

The Yeezy drops just keep coming. This time around, it’s the 380 getting a new colourway. The ‘Covellite’ maintains the knit upper, infusing it with a hint of navy blue and purple. The star here is the semi-translucent midsole housing the BOOST cushioning which is becoming a go-to feature for the Yeezy shoes. The shoes are available to buy now at adidas but you’ll likely have to be fast.

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Pharrell Williams x adidas Crazy BYW 2.0

Pharrell and adidas’ creative partnership has been a long and fruitful one. Often playing with primary colours, this time Pharrell is keeping things monochrome. What the Crazy BYW 2.0 lacks in colour, it makes up for in personality though. It’s a futuristic take on a basketball shoe, mixing form and function effortlessly. The BOOST midsole ensures performance while the design is forward-thinking and bold. They drop on 18th March on adidas.

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Nike Air Jordan 3 ‘Midnight Navy/Cement Grey’

Sneakerheads are closely watching the Air Jordan 3 as it’s becoming one of the must-have cops of the year. For those who are invested in the history of each colourway, you’ll notice this one is a nod to Georgetown University with its midnight navy and cement grey tones. Unlike other Jordan x Georgetown drops, this one doesn’t feature the school’s official insignia which should make it more approachable for the Australians less up with US schools. Enter the raffle now at Subtype for your chance to buy.

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Nike air presto ‘sunrise

Nike Air Presto ‘Sunrise’

Another week, another anniversary. This time around, it’s the Air Presto celebrating a significant milestone. 20 years ago it was debuted as a performance runner and it still looks as modern as the day it was born. The original idea behind the silhouette and materials was to make it looks like a t-shirt on your foot – stylish and minimal. It’s maintained that sleek vision throughout its existence and celebrates it here with a bold, colourful colourway. You’ll have to enter a draw for your chance to buy and you can do that now at Subtype.

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Reebok Candy Land Kamikaze II

There’s a lot of colour featured in the list this week but none more so than these shoes. Reebok is taking us to Candy Land with a weird and wild colourway of the Kamikaze II. The basketball shoe was originally made to honour sporting legend but here it moves into a bold new era. The patent leather upper is shiny and striking, giving the perfect material to match the rainbow colours that adorn the shoes. Nab them 22nd April on Reebok if you’re daring enough to rock these.

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Puma x Kid Super ‘Mirage Mox’

Last year, Puma and Brooklyn streetwear staple Kid Super teamed up for their first-ever shoe together. They were a sell-out and as a result, the relationship continues. This time, Kid Super is debuting its take on Puma’s Mirage. It was originally launched as a track and field shoe but later was used for running due to its lightweight feel. Kid Super has tapped into the ‘70s with its colourway, adorning the upper with suedes of mix-matched colours. The ‘Kid Super Studios’ embroidery is likely to seal the deal here. You can cop the shoes now over at Subtype.

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Sam Murphy

Sam Murphy is the founder of Interns Creative and the writer and co-host of Flopstars Podcast. The New York-based content producer has a demonstrated history of working in the online media industry, specialising in music, fashion and entertainment reporting. Prior to contributing for Man of Many, Sam’s work has been published by such titles as Billboard, NME, Junkee, Music Feeds and Cool Accidents. He holds a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism) from the University of Technology, Sydney.