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POLLS: Are All-Red Shoes Starting to Get Played Out?

It’s been roughly 15 months since the first real images of Kanye West’s Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red

It’s been roughly 15 months since the first real images of Kanye West’s Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October” surfaced and we’ve since seen a multitude of tonal red shoes from a variety of brands, each with differing levels of success. When the “Red Octobers” became official, it seemed to strike a chord with many; whether it was down to the hype, the exclusivity, or the simple fact that we hadn’t seen too many shoes like it, people were jumping at the chance to get their hands on a pair. The first few all-red models to follow were quick to capitalize on the success of the color scheme (think the all-red Air Max 90s from the 2013 “Independence Day” pack) but over a year later, we’re still seeing more all-red shoes hit the market. Without a doubt these new models are still eye-catching — but some would argue it’s impossible to make a discrete all-red shoe — but it’s hard not to think that maybe it’s getting a bit predictable. It also seems fair to say that it’s much easier to deck out a shoe in one color rather than choosing a cohesive mix of colors. With that said, do you think all-red shoes are starting to get played out? Vote below and let us know what you think in the comments.

Are All-Red Shoes Starting to get Played Out?

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