Kerstenarvin erstellte das Thema A mellow pair of white sneakers
Out of nowhere, Nike and Swarovski dropped
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a brand new collection of golf styles today exclusively for the ladies. Available right now, the collaboration reimagines some of the Swoosh's popular models including the Roshe Run, Cortez, and the Air Max 1 for the course. Each pair features the upper of its respective silhouettes featuring a predominately white leather upper features crystallized Swoosh branding on the sides to play on the Swarovski theme. Capping off the look is a metallic gold spiked outsole for the Roshe while the Cortez and the Air Max 1 are equipped with a course-ready translucent outsole.
There’s never been an easier time
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have—or to rationalize—a sneaker addiction than in 2019. With more options than ever to choose from and a constant flood of “limited-edition” releases, the temptation to buy new kicks lurks at the bottom of every scroll. In navigating this asteroid field of fire footwear, I lost myself on more than one occasion. “Oh, I can always flip them later” was a go-to excuse, as was, “if I don’t buy them now, they’re going to be impossible to cop on the aftermarket.”
Probably my favorite self-talk line over
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the years was, “Once I buy them, I’ll just save money elsewhere,” which usually meant a week or so of being antisocial and subsisting off of food from my local deli. Thankfully, I never let my sneaker addiction get me into real trouble, and I stayed true to my need to sell off under-utilized pairs when times got tight. For a while, I've recognized that a revolving-door closet is not sustainable—not to mention an exhausting, stressful way to live. Something, I thought, would have to give.
Except, a few months ago, I fell backwards
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into a sort of zen-like state with my sneaker rotation, and I have one pair in particular to thank for waking me from my “must-cop” mentality: the Reebok Club C. The Reebok Club C came out in 1985, and its simple low-top design has kept it a classic since then. It’s hard to even describe the shoe in detail because it’s so nondescript, defined mostly by its green Reebok logo accent, which is positioned next to a tiny British flag.