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Adidas x Bad Bunny Last Forum Shoes - H23804

Adidas x Bad Bunny “Last Forum”

Thehottesttour in theworldisoverand withit, comes winter. A new seasonthatallowsustocontinue bringingourcreativitytounexpectedspaces, inspiredby’Summer livesin you”.
Thisnew collaborationbetweenBadBunnyx adidasOriginals, invites ustocarrysummerwithinus, always, regardlessoftheoutsidetemperature. It’saboutliving in anendlesssummer
mood, withwarmthand joy.

Nike Air Max 1

Nike Air Max 1 “Ironstone”

Dressed in a Sail, Ironstone, White, and Rattan color scheme. This offering of the Nike Air Max 1 comes constructed in a mix of mesh and suede materials with embroidered branding on the lateral toe and heels. Text branded tongue labels wit Neon Green contrasting accents atop a Sail rubber sole completes the design.

air jordan 11 cherry

Air Jordan 11 Retro “Cherry”

The Air Jordan 11 Cherry brings a Chicago colorway to the iconic patent leather sneaker. Cherry red patent leather mudguards surround the majority of the upper, alongside white leather and a matching Cherry red Jumpman. The lining features Cherry red cotton and with the signature 23 debossed on the heel tab. An icy blue outsole and Cherry red carbon fiber plate complete 2022’s Jordan 11 iteration.

Nike Air Max Penny

Nike Air Max Penny “All-Star”

Paying tribute to basketball icon Penny Hardaway, the Nike Air Max Penny is a near exact replica of the hoops original. From its jeweled Swoosh to the wing piping on the sides, these original details celebrate both your retro style and a b-ball legend.

Air Jordan 12 Retro

Air Jordan 12 Retro “Black Taxi”

No need to call for a ride—MJ’s game-winning look from ’96 will get you where you need to go. This AJ12 is the return of Tinker Hatfield’s celebrated design, the first to bring Zoom Air cushioning to Jordan’s signature line. Premium materials give it a seasonal refresh, while the sunrise-inspired stitch lines on the upper hook back to the original. This is buzzer-beater style, perfected.

Nike Air Trainer 1 "Don’t I Know You?"

Nike Air Trainer 1 “Don’t I Know You?”

From Bo Jackson’s trusted training companion to the iconic “Don’t I know you?” ads and wardrobe staple, the Air Trainer 1 returns with a fresh look. The color combination nods to Bo’s time in Kansas City, while baseball stitching on the heel knocks these sneakers out of the park. So, where will you take your Trainers?

Nike Dunk High

Nike Dunk High 1985

Celebrate heritage with an updated version of the Dunk High, recrafted to reflect the original from 1985. Matching the shape, look and feel that started it all, it delivers true vintage style while keeping the familiar comfort you love

Air Jordan 5

Air Jordan 5 X DJ Khaled “Sail”

Who’s the best? Sure, it takes a community, but we’re just gonna say it—with kicks this fresh, it’s gonna be you. As part of DJ Khaled’s “We The Best” collection, this AJ5 takes your game to the next level. The pastel colors, luxe quilted liner, and original details (check out the lace toggles and spiky midsole) showcase your style.

Air Jordan 6 Retro

Air Jordan 6 Retro “Metallic Silver”

Championship vibes. MJ’s 6th signature shoe debuted in ’91—the year he earned his first ring—making the AJ6 an instant icon. This fresh take on the series-clinching classic has a sleek upper made with synthetic leather. Metallic accents add extra off-court flair, making these kicks your outfit MVPs.

Nike Air Max 1

Nike Air Max 1 ’87 NBHD

The first shoe to reveal Air to the world gets elevated with leather wrapped midsole, gold eyelets and animal prints. Add this to the Parisian-inspired design, tried-and-true cushioning and classic wavy mudguard and it’s no wonder it’s reigned supreme since 1987.