Atop all of this EQT madness, Adidas Originals have delivered another throwback with a detailed replica of the original sport slide that started it all. Straight from the feet of yesteryear and into today, each of the slides are crafted in Italy, in the original Equipment colours. Adding a quick-dry lining that feels soft on the skin and a PU-coated band for finite detailing. Each pair comes in a special box with laser cut foam inserts and retro card. Sitting alongside the Equipments is a commemorative T-Shirt with chest print and embroidered shoulder crest.
Furthering their relationship after releasing an updated “Blaze of Glory” shoe, Stampd & PUMA have teamed up for a special strapped release of the same model. Hosting an all mesh upper, you’ll have a choice between black and white colorways for the Strapped Blaze of Glory. You’ll also find premium leather throughout the shoe such as the toe-box and heel counter. An adjustable leather strap near the tongue is complemented by a nylon strap that goes across the forefront of the shoe for added support. Stampd x PUMA’s Strapped Blaze of Glory will retail for $135 USD at Feature and other participating retailers.
Many of Air Max have been retroed over the years, one thinks in particular of the Air Max 98 return in 2014 for instance.
But one that has never been retroed, and deserves a special attention, is perhaps the Air Max 96. Difficult for the Air Max 96 to exist between the Air Max 95 and Air Max 97 that are brand icons we need to admit. However the 1996 native is worthy of having its original retro, indeed this Air Max experienced “pseudo editions” in recent years. There was the Air Max 180 ’96 in 2007 and the Air Max 96 Evolve in 2012, two iterations which take a very similar upper. The designer of the 96 is the same as the Air Max 95, Sergio Lozano, who took a similarmidsole but completely different upper. It consists of leather along with mesh windows looks like shark fins. The area around the tongue would be a mix of the 95’s mesh and 97 for its 3M outline.
The latest New Balance 999 doesn’t come in a colorway we’re used to seeing such as white, black, blue or red. It actually comes in a green upper. Several different hues of green to be exact. Let’s go on ahead and take a closer look at the shoe.
If you want the ultimate in retro running sneaker luxury, then look no further. New Balance pairs up with the world-renowned Horween tannery once again to offer up the highest quality sneaker imaginable, with the 997 featuring a construction in supple navy leather. The classy 997 goes tonal with navy Horween leather across the upper, with brown contrasts for the leather inner lining and TPU heel counter above the white midsole. Have you ever seen a more impressive New Balance release? Unfortunately, they’re prestigious status is reflected in the price, but as they say, you get what you pay for. Find the 997 “Bespoke Horween” arriving now at finer New Balance suppliers like Rise.
Gray shades are in this season and ASICS drops a beautiful tonal gray edition of its classic GEL-Kayano Trainer silhouette. Everything from this model’s laces to its midsole and hard plastic caging are outfitted in a double light grey colorway to match the shoe’s luxe suede upper and signature Kayano side panels. A clean pair like these should be an effortless match for any shade of clothing.
Not one to shy away from attention, Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo shows off his juggling skills in the above video for GQ. Made to accompany his feature in GQ‘s upcoming “Body Issue” the video shows off the Portuguese star’s physique and impressive ball control. Check it out above and head here to read about the player’s plans after Real Madrid.
Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design is taking another stab with Nike. Mixing the comfortable silhouettes in the Roshe LD-1000 and Roshe Cortez, the Swoosh will be releasing the Roshe Daybreak alongside fragment design. The upcoming release consist of a thick off-white sole to enhance the natural motion of the foot and an upper that mirrors the Roshe LD-1000 model. Coated with an obsidian-based upper with classic Nike Air branding on the tongue and heel, the fragment x Nike Roshe Daybreak will officially release on January 28 at a price of $135 USD.
To say last year’s Stampd and PUMA collections were successful would be an understatement at the least. The two brands’ burgeoning relationship took off in 2015 with a slew of collaborations, from athletic-inspired garments to Trinomic Socks and R698s, and has blossomed into a fruitful partnership that have put forth some fearsome offerings.
After debuting on Nike’s Air Max Day 2015, the Air Max Zero hasn’t seen any action since. After some leaked images and speculation over the last few months, it looks like we’re finally getting a second colorway of the shoe based off Tinker Hatfield’s original sketch for the first Air Max running shoe, in the same white and yellow scheme as the aforementioned sketch. Preview the Air Max Zero “OG” here via the official Nike images, and expect it to release on January 21, 2016 exclusively on the SNKRS app.
Nike just annouced that the Nike Air Pressure will be released, a come back that none of us actually expected as it’s been now 27 years since it had been initially released and never retroed.
Believe it or not but the craziest BasketBall model is coming back, A pair that once technologically competed with the Reebok Pump system should be back in only 3 days from now in the US. Of course you can expect the same packaging as the one for the OG release. Although the technology didn’t have the same broad success as it’s competitor had, this is definitly going to disapear from the shelves and online stores as soon as it show up. So just get ready for it.
Nike’s latest silhouette in the Air Huarache family, the Air Huarache Utility, has taken the sneaker world by storm. It’s been popping up in sneaker rotations worldwide and we’re bound to see this latest colourway, ‘Royal Blue/Bright Crimson’, join the mix. This kick has a lot going on, ‘Varsity Royal’ on the neoprene upper, ‘Bright Crimson’ for the lining, mesh panels on the sides and heel, some dank purple for the famous Huarache heel strap, white mesh on the toe-box, reflective spotted fusing, and that nice big sole unit gets a tasty black speckle. No word on release just yet, but we’ll give updates after we cop a pair first.
吉田カバンの創業80周年を記念して1月16日に、「コム デ ギャルソン（COMME des GARCONS）」デザイナー川久保玲がディレクションした「ポーター×コム デ ギャルソン（PORTER×COMME des GARCONS）」アニバーサリーエディションが発売された。
The formidable Rhino XT is the latest creation in a long lineage of militarized civilian cars produced by California-based US Specialty Vehicles. Essentially a jacked-up Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, the Rhino XT features a 3.6-liter V6 engine with 5-speed transmission capable of 285 horsepower, and armored with reinforced FRP body panels, a heavy-duty roll cage and designer tow hooks. However, the interior is a decidedly more refined affair, with premium leather seats, leather trimmings and an Alpine navigation system to cater to the driver’s every whim. Priced at $75,000 USD, the Rhino XT makes up for the hefty investment in essentially serving as a getaway vehicle in the event of a zombie apocalypse.
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