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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A new mural with the giant slogan for Black Lives Matter was vandalized hours after being painted on a street in Orlando, police …

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65 Splurges of the Filthy Rich

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Everyone has fantasized about living the celebrity life. From expensive vacations to lavish homes and vehicles, you can probably think of numerous …

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Official product images of a Nike SB Dunk Low “Chicago” have surfaced courtesy of UK retailer Size?. Their existence suggests that a wider release could be imminent.

The “Chicago” colorway will be part of the “J Pack,” which debuted in 2005 and put iconic Air Jordan colorways on the SB Dunk Low. A “Royal BLue” version dropped in 2005, with a “Shadow” iteration joining the lineup this year.

This “Chicago” pair is different to its predecessors in that it features an upper entirely made of smooth leather, whereas other “J Pack” colorways mixed smooth leather with suede panelling.

No word yet on when this pair will be released, so stay tune for any updates.

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Nike’s “WORLDWIDE KATAKANA” Pack Release Information

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Nike has been inspired by the globe in recent weeks, dropping the Air Force 1 “Euro Tour” and an extensive “Worldwide” pack, and now the Swoosh has stopped by Japan for a “WORLDWIDE KATAKANA” collection.

UNDEFEATED has released the “WORLDWIDE KATAKANA” collection early, and has spotlighted the shoes and apparel in an exclusive editorial. The stalwart has put the focus on the sneakers, which come in the form of three Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 LV8s in black or white with matching all-over graphics, as well as one white and gold pair, and three pairs of Air Max 90s which appear in the same colorways.

The black colorway used across the sneaker collection sees traditional Japanese katakana syllabary all over the upper in neon green and white. Overlaying this is the term “worldwide.” This graphic motif is paired with white and “Flash Crimson” components, which highlight different areas on different shoes; the outsole for the AF1, and Air unit on the AM90 for example.

Nike’s white offering adopts the same construction, but uses black katakana symbols and overlays this with bright blue “worldwide” stamps. The white AF1 and AM90s are contrasted with neon green and bright blue segments, once again highlighting different areas on both shoes.

Standing out from those four sneakers is the “White/Metallic Gold” Air Force 1 and Air Max 90. The uppers are clean, served in white suede and leather to give the pairs a premium look. This is contrasted with a “Metallic Gold” swoosh on the side, a matching sock liner, and more gold detailing on the tongue and heel of each pair. Like all Air Max 90s in the pack, five mini swooshes have been embroidered on the toe box.

Rounding out the Nike “WORLDWIDE KATAKANA” collection is a selection of apparel pieces. There are T-shirts featuring the same katakana symbols on them, jackets adorned with colored mini swooshes to match the sneakers, and a pair of shorts and a skirt that go along with the black sneakers on offer.

Take a look at the entire Nike “WORLDWIDE KATAKANA” collection in the galleries above. UNDEFEATED has released the pack early at its numerous Japanese outposts and online. Shop the collection on UNDEFEATED’s website while stocks last.

In other news, Nike has dominated this week’s best footwear drops with its $500 USD ISPA sneakers.

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