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ÿþThis summer will heat up starting next month with the addition nike air max of the Tour Yellow Nike Kyrie 1. Today we supply you with more images as well as a release date. Using brighter shades for the upcoming weather change, this Kyrie 1 features tour yellow through the uppers that extends around the heel. Light retro, which is essentially teal is seen on the underlay, part of the midsole and liner. From the images it appears that either obsidian blue or black could be placed on the tongue and swoosh. Last but not least is the addition of white on the outsole. For those that are interested in purchasing, the Nike Kyrie 1 Tour Yellow releases on June 13th, 2015 and will cost you $110. 

We shared with you images of the Nike Kobe 10 Black / Bright Crimson about a month ago but now we are back giving you the official release date. Shown is the grade school release, but they will launch in adult sizing. Featuring black the mesh uppers, bright crimson nike huarache is used on the underlay which bleeds through, swoosh, laces and midsole. With the simple color scheme, more than likely the intent was to be apart of a TB series, or EP. You can grab the Nike Kobe 10 in Black and Bright Crimson on June 18th, 2015. A retail price has been set at $180. As nike air max flyknit well, a full size run will be available including for kids. 

adidas Originals is releasing the adidas ZX Flux EQT in a Black, White and Red theme for Fall 2016. This adidas ZX Flux comes in a Black, White and Red color theme. In addition they are constructed with mesh through the uppers, terry across the liner and rubber through the outsole. As you can see, Black runs through the base as well as we the tongue, laces and outsole. White then graces the Three Stripes and midsole. Finishing the look is Red which hits the liner, heel counter and hinted on the adidas branding on top of the tongue. Check out more nike huarache mens images of the adidas ZX Flux EQT in Black, White and Red below which will show you how they look on feet. At the time of writing, they are landing at adidas Originals retailers overseas which includes Foot District. 

For Fall 2016, adidas will debut another all Black NMD. While the adidas NMD is one of the brands top selling sneakers, one of the upcoming launches will be the Triple Black adidas NMD Mesh. While it doesn t really matter what material a Triple Black adidas NMD uses, this time around the Three Stripes brand removes the Primeknit material and covers the uppers in mesh. While most will be sad to see the non-existence of Primeknit, we know the model will fly. In addition and probably the most loved aspect of the shoes is the use of Black that runs through the Boost midsole, which is traditionally done in White. Below are additional photos of the Triple Black adidas NMD Mesh. For those interested in purchasing, they will release at select adidas Originals retailers on September 17th. Retail price will be $140. Make sure to check back with us for updates. 

Pharrell and adidas Originals will continue with the Human Race series. The latest installment is the Pharrell x adidas HU NMD Human Species Black . With three color schemes appearing and one so far releasing, it s safe to say the Three Stripes Brand is offering an adidas NMD Human Race Collection. The nike huarache ultra latest adidas NMD to appear will feature predominate Black throughout that covers the base while 3M reflective material hits the laces. Black is then used across the Pod overlays and cage while White covers the Boost midsole. Other details include Human and Race down the tongue and multiple colors used on the trefoil branding placed on the heel. Below are additional images of the Pharrell adidas HU NMD Human Species Black which will give you a better look. At the time of writing, they are expected to launch at adidas nike huarache Originals retailers in October. Retail price will be $240. 

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