This “workboot” Classic Leather Ripple is hitting select Reebok Classic retailers around the world right now. In other recent Reebok news, fans of the brand will definitely want to know about these clean new looks for the DMX Run.New Balance just released a modernized version of the 574 this summer dubbed the 574 Sport, but this latest release for the classic retro runner goes as far opposite from the updated design as possible. Instead of a modern look, the upcoming release actually goes even further back into history than a standard 574, as it’s built from the schematics of a lost prototype of the model from the late 1980s.Not unlike the concept of the Air Max Zero, the 574 MLP (“LP” = lost prototype) is based off an early prototype version of the shoe that would later become the 574 that you know today. New Balance aficionados will recognize elements of the 576 in the design, making it the “missing link” between the 576 from the late 1980s and and the 574 that originally released in the early ’90s. The 574 MLP is presented in three archetypal New Balance looks of suede and mesh in blue, burgundy, and navy.
The New Balance 574 “Lost Prototype” releases September 9th at select retailers worldwide. In other New Balance news, check out the upcoming Stance Socks collab for the “All Day, All Night” 247 pack.The model itself certainly isn’t very basic, but the Nike KMTR 07 Premium drops in a simple look this fall of black and white. The unique shoe that started out as a limited NikeLab ACG model has since gone on to become more of a general release model now called the Komyuter, but that shouldn’t hurt its appeal as long as they’re dropping very wearable colorways of the techy silhouette like this in all-black ripstop nylon with white accents for the heel’s bungee pull tabs and sole unit. If you’re a fan of the KMTR, don’t hesitate to pick up your pair now at select Nike Sportswear retailers like BAIT.
Jordan Brand’s latest lifestyle model, the Jordan Flight Luxe, has turned heads thanks to its futuristic upper paired with premium leather on the slip-on ankle collar and heel. The strange design is said to be rooted in the Air Jordan 15’s lineage while the standard foam midsole unit gives the pair extra cushion perfect to wear throughout the entire day. Jordan 4 ‘Flight’ branding can be found on the inner tongue while Jordan 7-esque branding hits the heel in a subtle embossed detail. Today we get a look at a vibrant Jordan Flight Luxe Gym Red option available today at select retailers. The pair features the classic Bulls motif with contrasting black hints on the heel and inner lining. What do you think of the look? Grab your pair today at Rock City Kicks and Nike.