Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Nike Air Foamposite One "Tiger Stripes" PE

Although it didn’t happen overnight, Penny Hardaway‘s Memphis Tigers Nike Air Foamposite One has gone from player exclusive to impending retail release. Launching as a quickstrike this weekend, the limited edition drop will land on SNKRS.
Hardaway, of course, could help revitalize the Foamposite series unlike any other endorser. It’s his signature series and he’s wearing the shoe as a coach while his players and staff are lacing them up, too.
The silhouette has certainly dipped in popularity over the years but can this Penny-endorsed Tigers PE bring it back? Expect this Nike Air Foamposite One “Memphis” PE this March via SNKRS.
Update 3/19: Nike has officially announced its Air Foamposite One “Tiger Stripes” release. The shoe will be available via SNKRS on March 22. via


Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Most Aggressive Skateboarding Tricks #2 (2019)


Carlos Ribeiro, switch frontside flip. Los Angeles, CA. Photo: Jeremy Adams

Robbie Russo, backside Ollie. San Pedro, CA. Photo: Anthony Acosta

These Nike Air Max 95s Celebrate the City of Baltimore

For the "Away" pair, the Air Max 95 is designed with a nod to the city's signature cuisine, crabs. A black upper is accented with white overlays and a bright orange patent leather stripe on each side panel. An animated crab dons each tongue.
Look for Baltimore's "Home and Away" pack to hit select Foot Locker stores and on March 15 for $170 each.
Nike Air Max 95 "Baltimore/Home"
Release Date: 03/15/19
Price: $170 via


To celebrate the 40th anniversary of GundamG-SHOCK China has released four watches that embody some of the most famous models.
First airing in 1979 with the Mobile Suit Gundam TV series, the Gundam franchise later expanded into manga, film and video games. The four watches will include: GA-110TR-7APRGD "RX-78-2 Gundam," GA-700-4APRGD "MS-065 Char's Zaku II," GA-110MW-7APRGD "RX-0 Unicorn Gundam" and GAW-100G-1APRGD "RX-0 Unicorn Gundam 02 Banshee." Each watch will come in an exclusive box and include a plastic case that looks like the Haro robot mascot from the series, except the Zaku II which has a case that resembles its head.
Pricing for the watches is as follows: RX-78-2 Gundam (¥1,390 CNY, about $208 USD), Char's Zaku II (¥1,090 CNY, about $162 USD), RX-0 Unicorn Gundam (¥1,190 CNY, about $178 USD) and RX-0 Unicorn Gundam 02 Banshee (¥1,690 CNY, about $252 USD). Head over to to learn more. via

Thursday, February 28, 2019

Keyframes Will Add ENERGY To Your Music Videos!

Tips For Filming In BAD Outdoor Lighting!


HUF NYC Then & Now // Spring 19 Lookbook


DJI Osmo Pocket Video Test Ginza Shibuya Yokohama

How I became a PRO WRESTLER in Japan!



Monday, February 11, 2019

First Look of Girls Don't Cry x HUMAN MADE T-Shirt Collaboration

Paulo Wallo of Rare Panther teased images of a new upcoming collaboration between Girls Don’t Cry and HUMAN MADE. The black shirt featured Girls Don’t Cry’s patent script within a red heart in between HUMAN MADE’s logo. A previous photo shared by Wallo also showed The Internet’s Steve Lacy rocking the collab t-shirt while speaking to the designer on FaceTime. 
Most recently, The Girls Don’t Cry x Nike SB Dunk Low and apparel releaed at Osaka’s SPOTAKA Skate Shop today (Feb. 9), but will do a wider release in the near future. via

Heavyweight football club Paris Saint-Germain first teamed with Jordan Brand last year, launching a multi-year exclusive collaboration that guarantees the Jumpman logo on PSG’s third and fourth kits. The second round of collaborative gear has emerged just in time for the club’s upcoming Champion’s League match in Manchester, sporting monochrome color-blocked patterns.
Various athletic essentials are executed in white, with black accents for contrast. PSG and Jordan Brand logos intermingle for “PARIS” branding, standing apart from each other on T-shirts, pants and a hooded jacket, with the familiar red, black and white stripe adding a slight color pop to hoods and hat straps. The club’s “Ici c’est Paris” slogan provides another graphic touch, embroidered on the rear of a white curved-brim cap and a BCFC SS Replica shirt, the latter of which also sports a “JORDAN 23” print on the rear.
The new PSG are already on NIKE France’s site and will likely hit the Nike US web store shortly after. Check out BSTN‘s imagery of the other pieces from the collection below.
Elsewhere, PSG dropped a series of kits exclusively for Chinese New Year. via

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

The Diamond Supply Co. x Coca-Cola “Coke White” Collection

 Diamond Supply Co.’s cheekily-named “Coke White” capsule collection, in collaboration with Coca-Cola, naturally consists of clean, white pieces with barely-there Diamond Supply Co. and “Coke” branding. The only exception are the “Paint Splatter” socks, with “Diamond Blue” and deep purple flecks, as well as the Diamond logo alongside the iconic red Coca-Cola logo. via

3 camera tricks NO ONE will suspect!

Thursday, January 24, 2019

Duke's Men's Basketball Nike Kyrie 5 PEs

Back in November, we shared the first batch of Nike Kyrie 5 PEs specially made for Duke’s men’s basketball program. Today, we share the Coach K-led squad’s latest kicks sporting the Blue Devils’ signature blue, black and white color scheme. The Nike Kyrie 5 “Duke” PE sports blue flame graphics throughout the upper this time around and its lateral and medial side’s Swoosh logos incorporate a 3M reflective finish. Each heel close out the design with an embossed Duke logo on the left and respective player’s jersey number on the right.
Nike Basketball-enthusiasts can also gear up for the return of the Zoom LeBron 3 “Home.” via

Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 The Family

Who’s ready for a new colorway of the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 to drop? You won’t have to wait much longer since we just got word that the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 The Family you see above is set to release early next month.
The Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 The Family shows love to Russell Westbrook’s family. It comes dressed in a Black and White color scheme consisting of a Black upper placed on top of a White sole. Details on the shoe include the Gold accents on the branding including the back heel label that reads “The Family.”
Look for the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 The Family to release on February 6th at select Jordan Brand retailers and for the retail price of $125. via

Vans Sk8-Hi Continues the Deconstructed Trend

Vans are no stranger to the deconstructed trend currently sweeping the sneaker scene, and their latest Sk8-Hi is taking that theme and running with it. A simple colourway of black and white gets plastered onto the classic silhouette, while the iconic Vans checkerboard print can also be seen on a small portion of the upper, surrounded by exposed foam giving the illusion that it may have been cut out. Elsewhere, hits of yellow have been used on the tongue label and on the industrial belt adorning the heel of each shoe.
These are available right now on for $85 USD. via SneakerFreaker

Nike Drop OKC-Inspired Air Max 97

Looking to add some fresh flare to your Air Max 97 collection? Nikehave dropped a rendition specifically for OKC fans, the iconic uppers dressed in a colourway taking aesthetic cues from the Oklahoma City Thunder. With Russell Westbrook’s shooting percentage taking a dive in the 2018-19 season, it might be time to switch to Paul George’s no. 13 and pick up a pair of kicks that’ll have you looking steezy regardless of where OKC end up finishing in the West.
Expect these Nike Air Max 97s to drop any day on for $160. via