The Week in Footwear: Peak Introduces First Wearable 3-D Printed Basketball Shoe

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Stadium Goods expands to Europe with the help of Zalando

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Streetwear and sneaker retailer Stadium Goods announced plans last week to partner with online retailer Zalando to expand into the European market. (Read More)

Sneakernomics: Small is the new big

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By being hyper-aware of local needs, large brands can effectively exist. (Read More)

Peak introduces first wearable 3-D printed basketball shoe

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Chinese sports footwear brand Peak introduced the Dwight Howard III-3D last week, touting the shoe as the first wearable 3-D printed shoe to hit the basketball court. (Read More)

How Allbirds created a sustainable supply chain

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In the footwear industry, new brands are a dime a dozen. But a company launched by industry outsiders using natural materials and a creative Kickstarter campaign? That’s a little harder to find. (Read More)

Nike is using static electricity to assemble sneaker uppers

Nike-backed Grabit, a California-based robotics company using electroadhesion (a fancy name for static electricity), is changing the way the footwear industry manufactures uppers. (Read More)

Stuart Weitzman launches made-to-order boot program

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The luxury footwear brand launched its made-to-order boot program on Monday, offering customers the opportunity to hand pick their boot’s color, material, heel and silhouette. (Read More)

7 Statement-Making shoes from Asos White

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Asos White pushes the boundaries of fast fashion this fall with couture-inspired designs. (Read More)

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