Thursday, January 31, 2019
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 Highsnobiety.com
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 Hypebeast.com
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 Nike.com for the retail price of $125. via KicksonFire.com
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 Vans.com 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 Nike.com for $160. via SneakerFreaker.com
Sunday, January 20, 2019
Monday, January 14, 2019
Saturday, January 12, 2019
Air Jordan 1 Mid's "Equality"
Each February, some of footwear’s most notable lines deliver a batch of colorways in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black History Month. Today, we take a look at one of the commemorative editions coming out of this year’s batch. Jordan Brand takes its Air Jordan 1 Midmodel and welcomes the silhouette to its “Equality” theme. The sneaker adds a mix of black and sail throughout its paneling with patchwork patterns added to the Swoosh logos. Additional branding hits include the AJ1’s signature “WINGS” insignia along with Carmelo Anthony‘s logo making its way onto the tongue. Lastly, the celebratory colorway is topped off with “EQUALITY” stamped on its heel in a large font.
The Air Jordan 1 Mid “Equality” arrives on January 15 at select Jordan Brand retailers and Nike.com. Fans of MJ’s first model can also take a look at its “Turbo Green” colorway. via Hypebeast.com
BAPE & mastermind JAPAN's SS19 Collection
Following on from the first look at the collection earlier this week, mastermind JAPAN and BAPE have returned with a look at every piece in the upcoming release. The capsule — which encompasses hoodies, long-sleeves, T-shirts, face masks and caps — focuses on co-branding, with Skull, Shark and Ape Head graphics throughout the collection, as well as a new camouflage print that mixes the two brands’ logos.
Take a full look at the collection in the gallery above, and you can expect the capsule to release exclusively at the BAPE and mastermind concept store in Japan on January 12.
For more from BAPE, take a look at the labels’ new ABC CAMO pouches. via Hypebeast.com
Under Armour Curry 6 "Heart of the Town"
Next up in the Under Armour Curry 6 color selection is the “Heart of the Town” edition. Shortly after the release of the “Fox Theater” colorway, its next drop draws inspiration from the heartfelt relationship between Steph Curry and the city of Oakland. His tenth and current season – all in Oakland – has been one for the history books as Curry has managed to lead his squad to three NBA championships trophies. UA’s full-length HOVR midsole sports Curry’s “SC30” insignia that’s complemented by the line’s signature upper on the tongue.
The Under Armour Curry 6 “Heart of the Town” drops on January 18 for $130 USD via UnderArmour.com and select UA retailers. A limited amount of pairs is currently available at the SC30 x Oakland pop-up in downtown Oakland which is open until Sunday.
Fans of the Golden State Warriors’ sharpshooter can also take a look at how he responded to a 9-year-old’s request in girl’s sizes. via Hypebeast.com
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
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