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Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Nike Livestrong Stages Collection





















































This shoe is one of those legendary and seldomly seen releases that attracted the attention of “sneaker heads”worldwide with its amazing colorway and design, but it was limited to about 24 pairs and they were given to friends and family of Futura. Well, it has been resurrected for Stages with a new look, so be sure to be on the lookout if you want to get your mits on these.

Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Bedwin Sneakers










































While the Half Cab tone is obvious, its in keeping with Bedwin’s strong 90’s streetwear aesthetic, even if there is a more sportswear interpretation. This new sneaker from Japanese brand of the moment, Bedwin is available in Blue, Red and Green now at Arica amongst other Bedwin stockists.  I WANT A RED PAIR! 

Monday, 25 May 2009

Y-3 Honja Hi





























The Fall/Winter collection for Y-3 is set to be another fruitful one as Yohji Yamamoto continues to extend his creative ideas. Here is a look at the Honja Hi that will make an appearance with black and a great shade of brown standing out, with perforated leather and premium leather applied respectively.

Monday, 18 May 2009

Nike Trainer 1






























































































Nike has given new life to the iconic Trainer 1 first made famous back in 1989 by 2-sport legend Bo Jackson and the always colorful tennis star John McEnroe. The Trainer 1 was a multi-facted training shoe that got the job done across the board whether you were running, lifting weights, shooting hoops, playing baseball or just straight up engaging in almost any physical activity. The shoe had it all in terms of function, foot protection, durability and even looks.

Still very much desired and admired to this day by sneaker enthusiasts worldwide, Trainer 1 has come back onto the stage 20 years after its birth with some new amenities. Even though the shoe has seen some noticeable updates, it still maintains the same look and appeal that enamored athletes and collecors alike, while kicking it up a notch in the function and performance categories. Nike’s Flywire technology, previously found in fellow icons in the Nike Sportswear family, has crossed over to the world of Nike Training to increase the durability of the shoe, while lowering its weight drastically to meet the needs of today’s athlete. Diamond FLX, which made its debut in the Sister Series for women’s training, makes a very welcomed addition to the bottom sole increasing flexibility.

The shoe is great on many levels. You really have to try it on and give it a real go. Its lightweight frame and high level ofcomfort make it a great addition to the shoe rotation making for a nice pair of kicks to sport around, or something rugged to really tear it up in the gym with. Be on the lookout come July 1, 2009 when these hit retailers.

DQM x Casio G-Shock 6900 - Hellaaa Fresh



















Mcdonalds, Pharrell Remix

video

Sunday, 17 May 2009

Bullets..




































































































LV AK

Saturday, 16 May 2009

Hmmmmm..

Tuesday, 5 May 2009

Scary??

Mark Jenkins Crazy Art.










































































































































NES Mouse?














I think this is sooo dope. But sadly, this NES mouse is a mere foam model. But man, if this was a real thing it would sell like hotcakes, guaranteed.


Air Yeezy Baby!















Gottaaa Love this!

Monday, 4 May 2009

Sneaker Art.