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The Converse Cons Auckalnd Racer is a retro running shoe inspired by the late '70s silhouettes and features a mix of leather, canvas and suede upper. The EVA midsole gurantees the comfort of the shoe. New Black Splatter print.
New Era 59Fifty True Fitted cap. Embroidered New York Yankees team logo at front and New Era flag logo at left side. MLB logo embroidert to rear.
Huf T-shirt with print on front.
Vans snapback hat with all over print.
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Tracing its origins back to 1994, the Reebok Insta Pump Fury is released in this crazy colorway, part of the exclusive Splatter Pack, featuring a fabric, nylon and suede upper with speckled print on the air unit. Pump technology, Hexalite and Graphite tecnology in the midsole.
The Adidas ZX Flux is actually a reference to the revered ZX8000 silhouette from 25 years prior, which was one of the first adidas runners to integrate SoftCell heel technology, a Torsion split sole, and a heel cage into one complete model. Superlight and extra comfy, the new ZX Flux has a mesh upper with splatter print at toes and Adidas 3 stripes branding applied at side.
The Nike Flight 89 in the early '90s was one of the most iconic basketball sneaker. In this new version the Air Sole unit is visible and there are speckling details on the heel and midsole and other parts shared in common with the "cousin" Air Jordan IV. Premium materials as suede upper, bronze red details and speckled midsole colorway. Great shoe, great price.
Nike Skateboarding shoes, Stefan Janoski Premium model, in canvas with splatter colorway. Contrast white midsole. Zoom insole for extra comfort.
Agassi's signature model, the Air Tech Challenge II, comes fitted with a fully leather upper. White leather dominates, with vivid blue and solar orange strips of the same high quality material wrapping around the model. A splatter effect appears across the blue portion of the upper, as the same baby blue colour continues onto the midsole. Figures "95.00.01.05" and "1036" appear across the tongue and heel, representing the year's the American won his Australian Open titles and his total amount of career wins, respectively.