Sneaker season has officially kicked off with the release of the Nike SB Stefan Janoski. The shoes are designed after professional skateboard legend Stefan Janoski with the stylings and functionality of the very shoes the boarder wears himself. Featured in an obsidian blue colorway with a gum sole, this shoe is complemented with white stitching and dark leather piping. For function, the sneaker is created in a nubuck suede for … Read More →
The adidas MEGA Torsion line has been an interesting development from “The Brand with the 3 Stripes.” Since its inception, it has sought to fuse a more modern style tooling with classic uppers. Albeit this new version of the RSP II features a more technical upper than what we’ve previously seen with various overlays. Available now at THE GOOD WILL OUT.
Initially previewed last year, Shoes-Up gives us a closer look into Stash’s latest footwear development as the New York artist prepares for the official release of his Beacon boot design for Sebago. Evoking the classic graffiti style we’ve come to know from Stash, the boots take on leather uppers with a paint splatter motif in blue. These are just 1 of 5 different colorways expected for this month. Stay tuned.
. . . . . . . . DC LiFE releases the District 4, a new vulcanized shoe inspired by the Reality – a popular Danny Way and Colin McKay Signature Pro model shoe from 2002. Premium features included custom high-performance abrasion resistant pill pattern leather, super slick suede on the toecap, a hidden lace system and custom fox tape with a pill pattern stripe. Priced at $85 USD, the … Read More →
Having shown a run of luxury watches at the recent SIHH in Geneva, Richard Mille has just released their latest model: the RM033. Created as a “high-tech, high-performance” timepiece, perhaps the watch’s most striking feature is its ultra-thin case. The case features a skeletal design that reveals the inner workings that sit below the Roman numeral display. The watch also makes effective use of a platinum micro-rotator, which here makes … Read More →
The Reebok GL 6000 has recently seen an increasingly greater profile. Devoid of some of the technical innovations nestled within its other archival runners such as the Pump series, the GL 6000 is seen here in two colors with a simple approach. A cupped heel is meant for support with different EVA densities built into the midsole for support. This particular GL 6000 release is available now at VA.
Arguably one of the nicer Dunk Mids we’ve seen from Nike SB makes it way to retail accounts. Previewed earlier in the month, the Dunks feature a suede makeup that follow a charcoal heather upper with tar detailing and gum outsoles. Priced at $87 USD, these can now be picked up online through Premier.
The ongoing collaboration between adidas and Ransom continues, starting this year with this “The Valley” model. Drawing inspiration from technical hiking footwear, the Valley successfully integrates with it both casual and contemporary aesthetics. The latest edition is lined with leather and features a black suede upper. Releasing in limited numbers, the boot is now available at End Clothing.
Since 2004, British watch label Bamford Watch Department has produced state of the art customized watches, tirelessly collaborating with a number of high profile labels including Japanese labels SOPHNET. and mastermind JAPAN. This time round, Bamford has chosen to update two classic Rolex pieces, namely the Daytona and the Milgauss models. The Rolex detailing has largely been retained, whilst the color has been changed to a metallic black, highlighted by … Read More →
Pictures from Nike’s Fall 2011 selection have already begun to surface; posted here is a shoe that for many, stands out from the rest. The P-Rod 2.5 model adopts a colorway that is remarkably similar to one of the most celebrated models of all time: the Tiffany Dunk SB. Originally designed by Diamond Supply Co., fans will immediately note the omission of the croc print which was essential to the … Read More →