Archive | April, 2014


25 Apr

The classic Converse Chuck Taylor recently released the 70s, a set of footwear with subtle details of sneakers from the generation  when Converse was acclaimed by iconic basketball legends, rock  & rollers, and skateboarders, the “70s Chuck” is re-created to the definition of the Chuck Taylor All Star of the 1970s. They include highs and lows that will fit anyones style, in addition to the dope shades camo, and zebra print are apart of the collection. The sneaker features a slightly elevated rubber foxing along the sole, higher grade canvas, added cushioning, stitching on the sidewall, a black vintage patch on the heel, and a slightly more substantial toe box. 


A Bathing Ape X Peanuts Collection

18 Apr

20140417-222534.jpgCharlie Brown, Snoopy and the Peanuts gang have teamed up to collaborate with A Bathing Ape, on a pretty fun collection for spring 2014. The collection consist of pieces like t-shirts, a tote bag, baby bibs, a polo shirt, denim, pillows, shorts & a cell phone case. The collection will be available in the upcoming weeks and is sure to be a fan favorite amongst Bape and Peanuts fans.










Sneaker News: Nike SB x Air Jordan 1

17 Apr

The Air Jordan 1 propose a cutting edge piece of footwear for the skate culture. Known as a high quality basketball shoe it continues as a renowned skate sneaker. Legendary skateboarder Lance Mountain has created the next Nike SB x Air Jordan 1, which features a paint job that fades with each wear. The dope mismatched color way will be exclusive to each wearer over time and fading. The much awaited Nike SB x Air Jordan 1 will be available at selected retailers and on June 7.
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Nike+ Fuel Lab in San Francisco

11 Apr

The Nike+ FuelBand is an activity tracker that is worn on the wrist and is to be used with an Apple iPhone or iPad device. As part of the Quantified Self movement, the FuelBand allows its wearers to track their physical activity, steps taken daily, and amount of calories burned. Nike has launched the brand new Nike+ San Francisco-based development laboratory in hopes of creating a universal standard for activity tracking across platforms. Soon, NikeFuel will be integrated into products from MyFitnessPal, RunKeeper, and Strava while the Lab will also continue to develop the Swoosh’s Nike+ Running, Nike+ Training Club, and Nike+ Move iOS apps. image image image