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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Black Wool AApe Face 59Fifty Fitted Cap

BAPE's brand extension AAPE has brought back their Aape Face logo hat in a new colorway. The  Black Wool AApe Face 59Fifty Fitted Cap is another collaboration between NEW ERA JAPAN and  the veteran Japanese streetwear brand. This edition of the cap is solid Black. The Aape face logo and the Aape text logo appears underneath in White embroidery. The logo treatment follows up on the back, also in White. Catch this in a limited size range online for ¥6,156 onlijne at via

adidas Originals "Summer Spice"

Summer is almost here, and adidas Originals is marking the changing of the seasons with the "Summer Spice" sneaker pack, an expansion of the brand's rugged and utilitarian Atric concept. Like the new Atric F/22, the following four sneaker models feature a Primeknit build infused with merino wool, all finished in a common red and orange palette. First up is the NMD_R2, finished with essential details including contrast laces, a molded heel tab and welded 3-stripes BOOST tooling. That shoe is joined by the Swift Run silhouette, carrying a one-piece upper construction with a minimalist lacing system and classic rubber outsole.  The EQT Support ADV highlights essential EQT details like TPU heel support, branding details on the tongue and heel, an integrated 3-stripe lacing system and classic tooling. Finally, the adilette Sock showcases a 360 degree moccasin construction with a contrasting pull tab at the heel. The kicks launch May 11th at and select retailers. via


L.A.'s Undefeated is back with the brand's Summer 2018 collection, featuring a solid mix of reliable standbys like tees, shorts and sweats. The goods are distinguished by a sporty, easy-to-wear sensibility, with exterior Undefeated branding appearing on every piece. Apparel standouts include a canvas coaches jacket and color-blocked nylon pullover, along with premium made-in-Canada hoodies and crewnecks. The accessories range, meanwhile, is dominated by assorted caps and terry beach towels. You can shop the collection now at all Undefeated chapter stores, as well as online at

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While NikeLab continues Errolson Hugh's technical vision of ACG -- seen in this newly unveiled upcoming Summer 2018 collection -- the Swoosh is also revisiting the '90s heyday of its outdoor-focused line. You can see the retro influences in this separate assortment of apparel and footwear, done up in throwback neon hues and relaxed proportions. Expect ripstop windbreakers, crewneck sweatshirts, graphic tees and nylon wind shorts, as well as sneaker-boot hybrids suitable for both outdoor trails and city sidewalks. Check out the colorful looks in the gallery below, and expect the collection to be available June 1 through via


BAPE and adidas have joined forces to present a soccer-themed capsule celebrating this year's FIFA World Cup, which kicks off in Russia on June 14. Dubbed the "adidas Winning Collection," the individual pieces take the form of a track jacket, football jersey and a pair of suede Samba trainers, all finished in a red and white color palette inspired by the Japanese flag. Dual BAPE and adidas branding is the finishing touch on all three. 
The collection will launch first at BAPE's pop-up at Isetan Shinjuku, operating from May 14-29. A wider release follow on May 30th. via

Air Jordan "Fire Red" Returns 2019

As far as Jordan Brand is concerned, 2018 has been the year of the Air Jordan 3, as it is celebrating its 30th anniversary. This has brought back a plethora of original colorways the likes of the “Black/Cement”, while also introducing new aesthetics by way of Tinker Hatfield’s original design sketch. In similar fashion, 2019 will be the 30th anniversary of the Air Jordan 4, and the Jumpman has corresponding plans in store for the 1989 original. One of the OG colorways that will be making its return is the AJ4 “Fire Red” pictured here, that utilizes a primarily white leather upper with red and black mixed in for a signature Bulls-colored theme. Much to the delight of die-hard Jordan Brand fanatics, this sneaker will feature the highly-preferred Nike Air logo on its heel as opposed to the Jumpman insignia.

If the return of this icon isn’t enough to get you excited, its Bred-colored counterpart is set to be making a comeback in its original form as well. At the moment, no release date has been reported, but you can expect the Air Jordan 4 “Fire Red” as well as many other interpretations of MJ’s fourth signature shoe to arrive at retail in 2019. While you wait, check out the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 and the Air Jordan 4 “Raptors” that will be dropping in the coming weeks. via

Nike Air Force 1 Low Fo' Fi' Fo'

The Nike Air Force 1 Low Fo’ Fi’ Fo’ was introduced in the Nike Basketball Art Of A Champion Collection, and this pair pays tribute to Sixers legend Moses Malone, who made a bold statement at the start of the 1983 NBA playoffs, predicting that Philly would win the ’83 championship, sweeping each series “fo’, fo’, fo’”. Malone wore the Air Force 1 silhouette when Philly did win the championship in ’83, and this red/white edition of the sneaker is an updated of his famous prediction to “fo’, fi’, fo’”, while custom NBA Finals insoles, metallic gold lace jewels featuring 1983, and classic Nike Air branding on the heel tab completes the simple design altogether. 
Retailing for $130, look for the Nike Air Force 1 Low Fo’ Fi’ Fo’ at select Nike stores and online on May 19th. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks. via