Friday, October 26, 2018
Nike Zoom LeBron 3 Black/Gold 2018 Retro
As promised, 2006's black and gold colourway of the Zoom LeBron 3 is set to return to Nike retailers later this year, and now official pics of the 2018 retro have surfaced. True to the OG, black leather and nubuck once again handle the upper's construction while metallic gold detailing can be found throughout. Besides the black and gold, the lone contrast comes in the form of deep red Swooshes on the outsole. The upcoming drop will be the second LeBron 3 retro of 2018 after the coveted 'Christ The King' PE made an unexpected comeback in September with its retail debut.
Stay tuned for a concrete release date, but look for these LeBrons to hit Swoosh spots this holiday season. via SneakerFreaker.com
Comme des Garçons Take on the Vans Authentic
Celebrated fashion imprint Comme des Garçons have their own version of the Authentic on the way, teaming up with Vans to give the low-top kicks a bold makeover. True to form, the design features the shoe's prototypical canvas upper and vulcanized rubber sole. In this case, the white canvas is covered with bold 'CDG' lettering as a pattern made up of the wordmark stretches across the construction.
Finished off with white laces and matching rubber foxing, the limited-edition Authentics are set to drop October 27. via SneakerFreaker.com
PUMA Unveil RS-X 'Transformers' Pack
PUMA and Hasbro have teamed up for a footwear-centric homage to everyone's favorite Autobots, Optimus Prime and Bumblebee. First teased earlier this month, PUMA's 'Transformers' colab features the chunky RS-X silhouette and dresses the kicks in Prime- and Bumblebee-like red/white/blue and yellow/grey/white colourways, respectively. The Autobots logo even graces the heel of each shoe in metallic silver while construction comes in mesh, leather, suede, and synthetics. Look for the kicks to debut in Europe at select retailers on November 22 before hitting additional global spots this December. via SneakerFreaker.com
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Vans OTW Patches Pack
Above you will get a first look at the Vans OTW Patches Pack. The pack will include both the Vans Authentic and Vans Sk8-Hi. Both pairs utilize oversized “OFF THE WALL” patches on the uppers, but they do so in a different way.
The Vans Authentic opts for an in-your-face look as the “OFF THE WALL” patches acts as a pattern/print all over the canvas upper. The model comes in your choice of Black/White or Red/White.
The Vans Sk8-Hi comes in Bold Yellow/Blue or Low-key Black/White iterations. The design of the shoe consists of a checkerboard print placed on the side panels with a large “OFF THE WALL” patch placed right above it in addition to the leather Jazz Stripe. A suede construction on the toe, heel and eyestay is also in play. Get a good look at both offerings above and pick them up at select international retailers such as BILLY’S’ .
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Coutie Put a Spin on Two Vans Classics
Coutie and Vans have linked up for a special collaborative collection, putting unique spins on two classic silhouettes. Dubbed 'One World #2', the capsule features both the Old Skool and the Sk8-Mid. In both cases, the kicks come in tried and true combos of black and white, but shake things up with thick yellow boot-style laces and Coutie text and logos throughout the uppers.
Both the Old Skool and Sk8-Mid are available online now while supplies last. via SneakerFreaker.com
Nike Air Max 270 Black Hyper Crimson
The Nike Air Max 270 is back in a new color block theme that mixes Black/Hyper Crimson/Wolf Grey and Bright Crimson hues. The runner is inspired by two classics, the Air Max 180 and Air Max 93, featuring an engineered mesh upper, with the highlight consisting of the biggest heel Air unit yet colored in crimson for a super-soft ride. Finally, a white midsole and black/white outsole completes the design altogether.
Retailing for $150, look for the Nike Air Max 270 Black Hyper Crimson at select Nike stores and online today. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks. via KicksonFire.com
Tiffany Vibes Dress Up The Nike Air Max 270
While Nike has since updated the historic Air Max line-up with its newest 720 silhouette, the label continues to show love for its older silhouettes — especially one of their modern staples, the Air Max 270. Despite its vast assortment of colorways, the silhouette has only recently received the iconic Tiffany Blue touch. With accents of the unmistakable tone along the heel and branding, the newest colorway contrasts its primarily black mesh upper on top of the 270’s characteristically oversized air bubble and chunky white midsole. Expect to find this bold new colorway at Nike.com and various retailers soon at a retail price of $150 USD. via SneakerNews.com
adidas Originals x have a good time
The reversible track jacket and reversible track pants with all-over print branding, as well as the Samba sneaker detailed with have a good time’s logo on the lining.
As part of its FW18 collection, adidas Originals has joined forces with Japanese label have a good time for a special collaborative capsule.
Consisting of woven nylon-constructed tracksuits, a T-shirt and Samba sneaker, the lineup of pieces are punctuated with have a good time’s signature logo implemented as an all-over graphic print, along with adidas’ respective branding. The Japanese store’s clean logo is composed of a serif typeface that is encased in a red frame.
For the Samba, the model flaunts a classic black and white colorway, composed of kangaroo leather and suede, while adhered atop a translucent gum sole. via Highsnobiety.com
Saturday, October 13, 2018
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Dover Street Market x Vans
Dover Street Market and Vans have teamed up on a special pack of two sneakers: the Old Skool and the Sk8-Hi. This time, DSM reworks both silhouettes utilizing the skate brand’s iconic checkerboard pattern.
In a clever twist, the retailer superimposes its own logo onto the pattern, resulting in a subtle collaborative print. via Highsnobiety.com
Monday, October 1, 2018
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