Customizer: New Balance US574M1 Custom “MNR 2″


As soon as New Balance updated their NB 574 Custom palette, I ordered a pair. This was the result of a couple of hours of brainstorming with the two new colors, Pacific Green and Hot Pink. This has been a color-way that I’ve always wanted to do another iD builder, but could never get it right. This time, I think I did with this design and I’m very happy with the end result…

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Sale Alert: Saucony Shadow 5000 “Charcoal And Burgundy”


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I did a Sale Alert on these in July, 2011. Here’s a second one because it just went on sale again for a second time and the reduction is now down to $32. The deal gets even better because you get FREE shipping. In that post I also told you that these look much better in person than in the generic images on saucony.com. Well, here’s the proof in the pudding with the above image. Now if this doesn’t convince you, than nothing will. Interested?…

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Exclusive: New Balance Experience Store NYC


It’s great to see New Balance in the Big Apple with their third New Balance Experience Store; #1 is in Massachusetts and #2 is in the Pentagon. The store is located downtown on 20th street and 5th avenue, which is near the iconic Flatiron building. As I arrived at the store around 7:30pm, I noticed that they closed at 8:00pm. This only gave me about 30+ minutes to shoot what I could and present you with some images for what types of products they will be carrying. Also, you will read about some exclusive information on the New Balance Custom shoes…

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Exclusive: Nike Air Max 1 HyperFuse iD Samples


Here are some images of the Nike Air Max 1 Hyperfuse iD that just launched on Nike iD. The palette allows you to choose from twelve colors only applicable to limited areas of the shoe. Black, White, Natural Grey are accessible for both the mesh and mid-sole. You also get Volt as the only color available to the mid-sole and Tumbled Grey for the mesh. The one main thing that has drastically changed for this model, besides the materials, is the way you color block the shoe. Gone are the options of choosing the back, side and front overlays. Could be a good thing or a bad thing, but it all comes down to how creative you can get with it. In any case, check out a few detailed images of the new silhouette and make them now at Nike iD or your nearest Nike iD Studio like, Niketown NYC

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