Allbirds’ Staple Shoes Fall Collection Were Sold Out in a Day and Now They Have Been Restocked in New Colors

When we talk about shoes that offer the best comfort for our legs, Alllbirds is one of the brands that we can remember. This is a San Francisco-based company that has just one year of market and customer experience.

Though the company is new to the market, it has successfully made its presence with respect to comfort and style. For those who are waiting for wool loungers and runners, here is some good news. The retailer has introduced a brand-new set of shoes in unique colors and style to match the latest trend.

The new arrivals are so trendy, especially the women’s limited-edition Kotare Sky, that it was out of stock in just 24 hours. This shows the customer demand for Allbirds’ collection.

Shoe lovers can get their pair in Tui Light Red and Kotare Olive for loungers and Kotare Birch, Kotare Plum, Kotare Moss and Kotare Olive for runners. Get the best discounts on Shoe shopping using these Nykaa Coupons.

Allbirds’ latest wool loungers and runners will make the perfect combination for your wardrobe. Apart from style, the company is also offering comfort, which means one can experience warmth during the cold weather.

If you are planning a holiday trip, go ahead and grab a pair or more because you never know when the new arrivals will run out of stock. It is always better to plan within your budget and these shoes are available at an affordable price.

Shoe Giant Nike Planning to Come Up with Self-Lacing Tech Soon

In the year 2016, Nike, for the first time, had come up with self-lacing sneaker by the name of HyperAdapt 1.0 in the market. In order to continue the trend, the company is planning something advanced this time in terms of technology involvement.

Very soon, the new fall collection is going to be released at selected global retailers. The all new HyperAdapt will be designed with an upper black mesh complimenting red lagoon on the heel tab. And on top of that, it will be equipped with LED lights on the heel and midsole. The technology is so advanced that LED lights will glow when self-lacing system is powered on.

For those who don’t know, Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 was inspired by Marty McFly’s Mag shoes and it was a combination of electrical and mechanical engineering.

So, here comes the good news for all Nike shoe lovers. The company is all set to release its latest hi-tech self-lacing shoes in early October at selected Nike European places, which includes Berlin, Milan and Paris.

There is also a plan that by the end of this year, Nike shoes will be available in the North American market. So, stay connected with us to get updates about this U.S launch.

Tip leads to a load of bogus Nike shoes

The shoes, which could have fetched $1.1 million, were seized at a storefront in the 9000 block of South Commercial Avenue, where Chukwuemeka Ebelechukwu, a Nigerian native living in Chicago, is accused of housing the shoes, officials said.

“I think it was a storefront being more or less used as a warehouse,” said Officer Carol McGee, who executed the warrant and along with her partner received the tip about the operation.

Ebelechukwu, of the 11100 block of South Homewood Avenue,was charged Monday with unlawful use of a trademark, according to Detective Jason Pullappally. Ebelechukwu is scheduled to appear for a bond hearing Tuesday.

McGee said Ebelechukwu is accused of selling most of his goods to small local stores and individuals who would resell them. She said that the shoes consisted mostly of Air Force 1’s, a popular model, and Air Jordan’s.

“There were quite a few types of shoes in there that Nike doesn’t even make,” she said. “Just some weird color combinations, like ones that looked like they were commemorating the 4th of July.”

The seizure, though sizable, is not the biggest for counterfeit Nikes, according to Vada Manager, a spokesman for the company.

“It usually happens in a lot of port cities and states, places like Florida, New York, New Jersey, and really anywhere where Nike product is popular,” he said. In a July 2005 raid, New York police seized more than 27,000 pairs of Nike shoes worth about $2 million, Manager said.

To combat bootlegging, Nike has set up an extensive network of investigators.

“We have investigators around the world who do nothing but work underground and with law enforcement to detect counterfeiting activity,” Manager said.

That includes working with local officers like McGee and her partner, Dan Stanek, who engineered the raid after they got the tip about illegal merchandise being sold on the South Side.

“We don’t know for sure, but our information tells us that he might have been getting them from China or online,” she said

McGee said that Ebelechukwu was mostly operating by phone, calling contacts and sources to pick up shipments from the storefront, where the glass had a reflective tint that made looking inside difficult.

This is the second shoe raid the the two officers conducted in the past few weeks, the first one netting about 2,500 pairs, she said.

“We get our tips as the information comes in,” she said. “It’s not the kind of thing we’re focusing on.”