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The Week in Footwear: Reebok Brings Sneaker Manufacturing Back to the US with 3-D Drawing

Adidas creative director Richard Nicoll dies suddenly at 39


Fashion designer Richard Nicoll, who recently signed on as creative director for Adidas, died Friday at the age of 39. (Read More)

Reebok brings sneaker manufacturing back to the US with 3-D drawing


Reebok is taking a step towards U.S. manufacturing with the announcement of a new 3-D drawing technique it claims will change the process and speed of footwear creation. (Read More)

Brooks releases newspaper themed Adrenaline GTS sneaker


Brooks Running Company just released a newspaper-inspired sneaker for the Big Apple. (Read More)

Rocky Brands announces new military contract


Work footwear manufacturer Rocky Brands has announced they’ve scored another military contract to produce hot weather combat boots. (Read More)

Under Armour and Stephen Curry debut the Curry 3


Under Armour unveiled the Curry 3, the latest addition to its line of shoes with NBA star Stephen Curry. (Read More)

Sketchers shares tumble as Q3 comes in below estimates


Sketchers stock hit a 52-week low Friday on news that the footwear retailer had missed its earnings forecast for its most recent quarter. (Read More)

Saks Fifth Avenue opens first standalone shoe store


Saks Fifth Avenue has announced the opening of their first store exclusively for shoes in Greenwich, Conn. (Read More)

UL opens first Vietnam product safety test facility


Safety consulting company UL has opened its first consumer product testing facility in Vietnam. (Read More)