Award-winning Italian shoemaker Giuseppe Zanotti builds upon his young men’s line with the release of the Maxi Fringe Sneakers. A juxtaposition of influences, Zanotti blends the colors of Africa – as he describes it – with some simple street elegance and exotic flare. The calf skin suede upper features a fully-functional zipper… Read More →
When Nike finds a hit, it tends to capitalize on it. Given the strength of its wildly successful Lunar Flyknit Chukka, the Portland brand has been slowly rolling out well-executed colorways of the versatile shoe. The latest to drop is the “Wolf Grey” iteration. The mostly tonal composition is juxtaposed against hits of… Read More →
Mainstay COMME des GARÇONS aligns its PLAY imprint yet again with Converse for a series of 2013 spring/summer Pro Leather iterations. The street-influenced line from Rei Kawakubo’s COMME des GARÇONS builds upon the previous Chuck Taylor and Jack Purcell projects with yet another timeless Converse staple silhouette. Offered up in… Read More →
Thanks to Nike‘s partnership with the NFL – which began last season – sneakerheads have been treated to a range of officially-licensed NFL footwear over the past year. Joining the fray later this month is a brand new take on the Nike Air Trainer Max ’91 – inspired by none other than multitalented… Read More →
Nike releases two iterations of the Air Force Max 2013 among them the “Toro Bravo,” commemorating the twentieth anniversary since Michael Jordan and Bulls faced off against Charles Barkley and the Suns in the NBA finals. Both models share a sleek-looking smooth synthetic upper with Velcro strap over the laces and a… Read More →
While the Nike LeBron X is still a hot seller, images have surfaced of what may possibly be the Nike LeBron XI. Previewed on Instagram thanks to @mavcarter, the LeBron XI looks like something straight out of a Sci-Fi film. In turn, not much is known in terms of materials… Read More →
Coming soon from San Francisco-based Black Scale is a piece of collaborative footwear crafted alongside LA’s Gourmet. Dubbed the “Blvck Gourmet” and taking the form of Gourmet’s The 35 silhouette, the design comes draped in scaly black leather with contrasting white accents hitting the shoe’s technical outsole and subtle branding applications. Finished with… Read More →
The Air Max 180 “Red Safari” features a mostly grey upper, lime green, blue and pink accents, along with the trademark Nike safari pattern, which has been placed on the heel. We will keep you posted about the official release date.
Some more crazy patterns emerge from the Nike camp as they drop the following Zoom Hyperflight “Orange Tiger.” The bold upper is further outlined by a neon green outsole. Mediocre players should not apply when lacing up these joints when they hit retailers in the near future.
Though we are currently celebrating the Air Jordan 5′s 23rd anniversary, it does not keep Jordan Brand from treating its predecessor with an all new colorway. The most recent release sees the Air Jordan 4 with a Black and Stealth upper, as well as white accents on top of a speckled midsole… Read More →
Delivering another solid iteration of the Blazer silhouette, this latest offering toys with eye-catching print-work over a subtle backdrop. The Nike Sportswear Blazer ’77 “Zig-Zag” features a white leather upper, with a multicolored zigzag print at its Swoosh and thick suede inserts, while orange Nike logoing is brandished on both its tongue and heel… Read More →
2013 is proving to be a great year for vintage lovers with virtually all major sports brands reviving OG versions of their classics styles from yesteryear. adidas is no exception, after a couple of fine reworks of the Consortium. Next up this season planning a comeback is the Pro Conference… Read More →