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Cheap Air VaporMax China Sale Online

Brand: Nike, CLOT

Model: Air VaporMax

Key Features: Flyknit constructed upper, full-length Max Air sole unit, sock-like collar, co-branding.

Release Date: TBA

Price: $190 USD

Availability: Nike and select retailers, including CLOT.

Editor’s Notes: Edison Chen, owner of streetwear imprint CLOT recently teased an all-red edition of the new Nike Air VaporMax during China’s Strawberry Music Festival, as official product images of the silhouette have now been revealed.

The sneaker’s red Flyknit construction is contrasted with accents of black utilized for the Flywire system, laces, branding on the tongue, heel and insoles. Other distinguishable elements include CLOT branding on the left heel, and on both tongue labels. Stay tuned for its release date, which is expected soon.

Now, here’s a look at the new Nike SF AF-1 Mid releasing in June.

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Cheap Air Max Flair 2017 Shoes For Sale

Brand: Nike

Model: Air Max Flair “Red” & “Yellow”

Key Features: Textile mesh construction, enlarged “AIR” embroidery, visible Air cushioning

Release Date: Available Now in Europe

Price: Approximately $187 USD

Availability: Select Nike retailers overseas including, Footlocker EU

Editor’s Notes: The Nike Air Max Flair consist as a brand new silhouette from Nike’s archives, and it debuted in two vibrant colorways of red and yellow — suggested to be a Europe-exclusive.

Inspired by the classic Air More Uptempo, the sneaker boasts a textile mesh upper construction, which is punctuated by a large “AIR” embroidery overlay situated across its forefoot. A lightweight translucent midsole with visible Air cushioning caps off the design profile overall.

In other sneaker news, enjoy this latest episode of PAQ, where the guys create custom kicks.

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Cheap Authentic Air Max China Sneaker For Sale

While we’ve seen snippets of what’s inside his closet on Instagram, Coveteur now presents the first comprehensive look inside Easy Otabor’s Los Angeles home.

Easy’s day-to-day involves running RSVP Gallery and consulting for brands, and he can be commonly spotted with Travis Scott on tour and during events like Coachella. Although adidas is constantly gunning for that number one spot in the sneaker market, Otabor remains a staunch fan of Nike and Jordan, and even fronted a Jumpman campaign for the Air Jordan XXXI “Bred” in September 2016.

Check out some highlights from the article below.

On his first big purchase…

“I remember when Watch The Throne came to Chicago, that was crazy time in our culture. It was so good. Givenchy was hot, it was on fire—we couldn’t keep it on the rack. Balmain, all of that was going crazy at the time. I was like, “Oh, Watch The Throne, I gotta get a Givenchy tee to go to this. I can’t go to this normal. I am going to be around all of my idols, you know, Virgil [Abloh], Don [C], Ibn [Jasper], Kanye of course, Jay-Z.” It was this birds of paradise tee with a woman on there. It was like $480, but I had to have it. I think I bought some Balmain jeans from Barney’s at the time, too. I had the whole outfit on.”

On his love of Jordans…

“I was always team Nike and Jordans, I’m not going to lie. Just growing up in Chicago, you know, that’s just what it was: Jordans, Jordan 4’s, Jordan 3’s, Jordan 1’s, a lot of Nike, Air Max and stuff. That was my thing back then. It still is now.”

On his personal style…

“I think [my style] is still growing a lot — I can switch things up a lot, I don’t have a specific style. I like dressing up sometimes, I like just chillin’, wearing sweats and a t-shirt with some nice shoes. I like being comfortable for the most part, I will say that. I’m not into fashion that I’m not comfortable in—I don’t care how much it costs or how it looks; if I don’t feel good, then it is probably not for me. For the most part I just always think, if someone takes my pictures and I look back years from now, I don’t want to look crazy. Maybe I’m kind of conservative, but that is my biggest thing. I don’t want anyone to be like, ‘Man, that dude dresses real crazy.’”

On upcoming projects…

“I’m trying to take it one step at a time, but at the end of this month there’s an [Infinite Archives] T-shirt coming out. I have a candle coming out, and I think I’m going to have some fine china — I really don’t want to be put in any box. No year is off-limits — I think the next year following will be 1996, then I think I will do 2001 — I’m just jumping around. I love to learn, and I love to see things that I don’t know about and learn things that I don’t know about.”

On travelling to Paris…

“Growing up and going to school and seeing the Mona Lisa in books, and the Eiffel Tower in books to actually being there and doing buys and being amongst the most established companies — all of these people I’ve been looking up to my whole life, and now I’m looked at as their peer. Being in Paris is something that I definitely appreciated. A lot of people where I’m from don’t get the opportunity to do this, so that woke me up. I’m grateful for a lot of things, but I’m never really satisfied. I love what I do, I love working, and I always think I can get better at just about anything.”