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New Era, meet New Balance. Two lifestyle giants are teaming up in honor of the classic New Balance 580 s 20th-anniversary celebration in the form of this near-all-black nubuck creation featuring two timely additions to the fold: hidden glow in the dark accents on the translucent outsole and a reflective 3M mudguard and heel. Officially named the New Balance MRT580NE, the silhouette is featured in a unique packaging that features a separate compartment for the other apparel piece: a New Era 9FIFTY hat in black wool accented by a glow in the dark New Era logo on the side panel and matching reflective accents on the brim. Look out for this New Era collaborative effort to hit select retailers this Friday, January 8th, 2016 for $200 USD. More photos below

This latest edition of the Nike WMNS Air Force 1 High keeps things unmistakably feminine with a  Bleached Lilac colorway. The soft pink hue is featured tonally across the upper, however, you do get a variation of textures with both suede and faux woven synthetic material. A slightly darker shade of lilac is seen on the ankle strap, while a glittered outsole can be found below. Those in the market for a new pair of pink Forces can find these now at select European retailers, or wait 0000 for them here in the States where they should arrive shortly.

Nike s classic Safari pattern hits the Air Huarache Light once again, with this new women s edition in a decidedly bright look. The predominantly white upper is kept simple yet exotic, with all accents in black and the Safari print featured wrapping the midfoot and toe paneling. Made for the ladies but also available in a few sizes big enough for some men s feet, these clean new Huarache Lights aren t going to last long. Grab a pair while you still can at select Ni ke Sportswear retailers.

Nike Sportswear s boldest take on the Nike Huarache came in the form of this women s exclusive Nike Huarache Run Mid PRM. The silhouette ditched a traditional lacing system for a zipper construction that caught the attention of the sneaker wold for the muliti-colored iridescent upper this past autumn. Now that familiar  Triple Black look is back that should make for a perfect boot alternative this winter. What do you think? Select retailers are stocking the pair now. Check out more photos below.

Tennis shoes  not the term that your grandparents call any sneaker  but actual tennis shoes have made a huge comeback thanks to models like the adidas Stan Smith and fairly new silhouettes like the Nike Zoom Vapor Tour 9.5. The Nike Tennis Classic has gotten a ton of love over the past two years, and now the alternate Nike Tennis Classic Velcro is making a return with this discreet light grey suede colorway. A similar look to the Stan Smith Velcro that got a boost by famed designer NIGO, perforated branding continues the subdued theme while a Lucid Green shade lands on the heel branding. Check out more photos below and stay tuned for more tennis updates right here on Sneaker News.

A storm is brewi ng in 2016 an ASICS GEL-Lyte V storm, that is. The brand impresses once again with another excellent general release set of colorways for the GEL-Lyte V, with this  Storm pack containing two color combinations featuring tempestuous tie-dye treatments for the inner bootie/tongue portions of the shoe. In black/purple/orange and blue/grey/ochre colorways, each is constructed with a mix of suede and ripstop nylon, the latter which helps give them a stormy feel (think waterproof rain jackets). Be on watch for both  Storm pack colorways of the GEL-Ly te V to hit select ASICS Tiger suppliers in early 2016.

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