Monday, August 29, 2016

His 2D/3D Latte Art Skills Are Over 9000!

Crazy Chinese Yoyo/Diabolo Tricks

Gazelle Fingerflip: Kyle Kraus || ShortSided

INSANE TRICK 18 STAIRS !!! RENE SERRANO

HOTTEST STREETWEAR TRENDS OF 2016? DAD HATS?

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Candles in the Shapes of Sneakers?


Today we come across What The Shape, a brand bringing alive handmade items in the form of sneakers. We focus on the candles that they produce, which are beautiful works of art in the form of your favorite footwear. For now the brand seems to focus on the most popular Jordan Brand and Nike Basketball styles. All candles come in several colors and you can also do custom orders with What The Shape. via High Snobiety.com

Boneyard Chicago: Chicago Vintage Heaven





Nostalgia is everything these days and there’s nothing like walking into a shop that offers all things 90’s. If you grew up during that time especially in the golden era of the NBA, you’ll recall every major fashion trend. From wanting to look like your favorite ball player to copping the Tommy Hilfiger cologne (Don’t lie you copped that #@$@), the trends of yesteryear have been slowly coming back.
Chicago Shop Boneyard Chicago, a shop specializing in vintage goods, takes you back to the early 90’s offering tons of stuff you probably remember as a kid. OG Jordans, Jerseys, Tommy Hilfiger and ton’s of more brands you’ll recognize are housed in this little shop located in Chicago. If you haven’t stopped by yet, head over and check out their selection. In the meantime, check out the photos of the inside below.
Address: 917 N Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60622
Phone: (773) 698-6118
Hours: Open today · 11AM–8PM

CASIO G-SHOCK UNVEILS THE GULFMASTER GWN-Q1000 WITH QUAD SENSORS

Casio has taken the wraps off the newest additions to the ocean concept Gulfmaster series, the GWN-Q1000, representing the first G-Shock model to pack a Quad Sensor. Made to assist coast guard officers and other security and rescue marine personnel, the quad sensors feature an altimeter to measure altitude, a barometer to monitor atmospheric pressure to predict suddenly changing weather conditions, thermometer to check for changes in both air and water temperature, a compass to detect wind and tidal direction, and a gauge that measures current depth under water. The introductory models from the series take the form of the black and blue GWN-Q1000-1AJF and the white and blue GWN-Q1000-7AJF, both pictured below.
Also check out the G-Shock GA-110MC Crazy Color Series, as well as the G-Shock GA-110LP Punching Pattern Series. via Htypebeast.com



Travel These Exotic Skateboarding Locations From Around the World




Evolved from a tiny Californian subculture, skateboarding has become a well-recognized and respected mainstream sport all over the world. With the growth of its commercial success and universal appeal, the boardsport is practically everywhere emanating the message of individuality and freedom. What started off when ocean swells were nowhere to be found, has turned into an entire industry, but more importantly, skateboarding has become a culture and to many, an entire lifestyle.
In the earliest days of the sport, surfers tried to recreate their exploits with wooden boards attached to wheels as they maneuvered down banked driveways and slopped pavement. Not long after, the sport began to evolve, shedding its novelty and even developing a certain vocabulary of its own. As the population of skaters grew, skateboarding started expanding from the streets to empty swimming pools. This would be an important advancement for skateboarders, as they were no longer constricted to the natural flow of landscape around them; they could create and explore their own environment.
As the phenomenon grows and skateboarding culture continues to integrate around the world (even being declared an official event in the 2020 Summer Olympics), more and more skate parks and smooth concrete jungles are popping up everywhere. Here we take a look at the more natural, exotic spots to enjoy the sport, from the mountains in Norway to the Zulu heartland of South Africa. via Hypebeast.com

Shinola and Golden Bear Team up on This Luxe Rendition of an MA-1 Bomber Jacket

Shinola along with heritage sportswear purveyors Golden Bear, team up in offering this classic take on the timeless MA-1 flight jacket. This luxe rendition comes adorned in navy wool and features double-ended brass zippers with leather tab pulls, snap on side welt pockets, a zipper pocket detail on the sleeve, and wool rib trim, not to mention the bright orange quilted poly interior lining. Available now for purchase, check out Shinola’s web shop for more details. via Hypebeast.com

TRDA Brand: "BACK TO SCHOOL"


Welp......that time of year again.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Reebok Is Bringing Back the Shaq Attaq in 2017


Last year, Reebok resurrected the beloved Shaqnosis, opting for a colorway inspired by The Diesel’s stint as “The Big Shaqtus” in Phoenix, even throwing in its proprietary PUMP system for good measure. Now Reebok is doing the same with Shaquille O’Neal’s rookie kicks. And best of all? The drop stay true to the original.
Returning for the first time since 2013 and hot on the heels of last year’s Sneakersnstuff collabthe OG version of the Shaq Attaq echoes the look of 2013′s retro and appears to be a near one-for-one reproduction of the kicks Shaq donned on his way to PPG averages of 23.4 points, 13.9 rebounds and 3.5 blocks for the Orlando Magic and 1992-93 Rookie of the Year honors. Dressed in black nubuck and white leather with a dash of light grey suede, the kicks are highlighted by shiny “Orlando Blue” accents throughout, PUMP tech and Reebok’s first-ever use of Graphlite.
Retailing for $160 USD, the “Orlando Blue” edition of the Shaq Attaq will return to Reebok retailers sometime early next year.