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Sneaker magic: Ace the athleisure look with Nike, Fendi & Puma

Sneaker craze is everywhere, and you need a pair of kicks that pack a punch.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Aug 14, 2019, 05.09 PM IST
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Try these sneakers and stand out from the casual crowd.
Sneaker craze is everywhere. New sneakers are dropping all the time and if you want to stand out from the casual crowd, you need a pair of kicks that pack a punch. Check out the line up from some of the brands out there.

1. Puma Origin Drone Day sneakers at Rs 4999

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Puma Origin Drone Day sneakers are available in Day and Night variants.

This sneaker is inspired by the world of drones. There are two variants: Day and Night. Day, featured here, resembles the sky, while Night has a prominent dark blue overlay with a blue to purple gradient. This new release will be compatible with the PUMA LQD CELL app available on the App Store and Google Play. The app also features a running game.
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2. Adidas ZX 4000 4D at Rs 29,999

Adidas ZX 4000 4D​ is made ​from light, oxygen, and liquid resin​
Adidas ZX 4000 4D is made from light, oxygen, and liquid resin.

This standout sole is made from light, oxygen, and liquid resin. These killer kicks are finished with nods to its Torsion legacy, seen by the subtle Three Stripes branding on its side and lower tongue tag.

3. Reebok 40th Anniversary Alien Stomper at Rs 11,999

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Reebok 40th Anniversary Alien Stomper has a number of Easter eggs in the design and packaging.

Reebok is bringing back new replica versions of the shoes worn by Sigourney Weaver’s character Ripley in Aliens. Called “Alien Stompers,” the shoes have a number of Easter eggs in the design and packaging. The box has an Bug Stomping field guide, plus three unique hang tags, including an official Alien 40th Anniversary badge.

4. Fendi Black Mesh High-tops at Rs 50,000 onwards

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Fendi Black Mesh High-Tops are made with a prominent rubber sole.

Italian made running shoes with a prominent rubber sole. And it ticks all the cool boxes thanks to the adjustable ribbon fastener with velcro and sporty buckle. The details in yellow rubberised film accentuate the shape of the shoe.

5. Nike Air Max 270 React at Rs 12,995

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Nike Air Max 270 React is built with a bar tack technique.

“Instead of no-sew or stitched on panels, the Air Max 270 React is built with a bar tack technique inspired by the Element React 87," explains Dylan Raasch, Nike Senior Sportswear Design Director. "This creates the floating eye stay aesthetic." And the bar tack technique also makes the shoe more durable. The colour and style is representative of San Francisco psychedelia.

Apple Shoes, 3D Printing, Flying Handbags: Geek Chic Is All Set To Take Over

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By Glynda AlvesScience and fashion aren’t usually words that come up together in conversation. But, it looks like the universe is geeking out, as these two worlds collide.In pic: 3D printer (top), Apple Sneakers (Bottom left), Drone carrying handbags (Bottom right)
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