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

Stadium Goods expands to Europe with the help of Zalando


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


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

Peak introduces first wearable 3-D printed basketball shoe


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


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


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


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