That design, plus the slip-on nature of the footwear
"Black and gold looks amazing on pretty much any shoe and today we bring you another example of that as the color combo gets placed on the new balance 574 uomo.Designed exclusively for the women, this New Balance 574 utilizes a sleek black leather all throughout the upper with white being placed on the midsole. The highlight of this shoe are the hits of metallic gold that are seen on the shiny heel counter, the rear portion of the midsole, and the New Balance branding on the heel tab and tongue.
</br></br> Asics reintroduces the asics running uomo outlet silhouette this as the classic runner channels retro inspiration with bold color-blocking and precise detailing. This latest pair features a full suede upper in a pink “Evening Sand” and “Aluminum” grey hue contrasting by 3M reflective formstripes at the sides. An embroidered “Lique” logo is seen on the heel, while light speckled accents are placed on the midsole adding a contrasting flare. A white outsole completes the look altogether.
</br></br> The new collection celebrates Def Jam’s 35th anniversary. It includes special iterations of the puma scarpe donne and the brand’s newly relaunched Puma Sky LX. The history of both sneakers further ties into Def Jam’s decades-long work in the music industry, where the label’s ground-breaking artists were known to rock PUMA on stage and in the booth. Both models commemorate PUMA and Def Jam’s place in history complete with throwback vibes, including a Def Jam logo on the tongue.
</br></br> The vans old skool donne comes dressed in a deconstructed White leather upper with details such as the Grey denim textiles used to take care of the tongue, the exposed foam padding on the collar, the “MISSION” and “SHUTTLE” text on the tongue tags, the NASA branding on the lateral side, the reinforced rubber midsoles and the detachable USA flag patches on the heels. No word on when or if these will end up releasing, but we will be sure to let you know as son as more info is leaked. Thoughts?"