Posted in K100, Karrimor Japan, Outerwear, Sportswear
Tagged Fashion, Hiking, Japan, K100, Karrimor, Lookbook, Nigel Cabourn, Outerwear, Walking
Hot off the heels from Air Max Day, Nike continues to churn out iterations of its classic line of Air Max sneakers. Honoring the unique occasion, Nike has released a special pair of Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moires, clad in a white/white colorway. Appropriate for the spring and summer months ahead, the minimalist clean-white sneaker features a perforated upper, with complementing off-white tones on its gum outsole. Buy here
Posted in Children, Footwear, Picasso Babe, Sneakers
Tagged 2, Air, Babies, Boost, II, Kicks, Mag, Nike, Picasso Babe, Sneakers, Trainers, Yeezy
For the next instalment of their exclusive Select Collection, footwear retailer size? presents two new colourways of the popular adidas Originals Tubular Runner silhouette. The “Tubular Mono” runner pack is comprised of tonal red and white iterations of the shoe, which feature a mesh base and suede laser-cut detailing along the breathable upper, sitting atop of a EVA midsole. Tonal laces and branding at the tongue round out the latest designs. This exclusive release will be available for purchase starting March 27 here
Posted in adidas, Footwear, Sneakers
Tagged adidas, Adidas Originals, Exclusive, Kicks, Mono, Runner, Size?, Sneakers, Trainers, Tubular
Following the unveiling of the Retro Boost and Qasa High, Y-3 has unveiled the Boost QR. The collaborative venture between Yohji Yamamoto and adidas sees an adaptation of the Qasa, with a more manageable outsole and slimmer silhouette. The sneker features premium materials such as leather on the heel cage. Canvas and mesh make up the rest of the model, which is available in two colorways — black/white and black/khaki. Expect the sneaker to drop sometime soon. Buy the Spring Summer collection here.
Before bouncers, punks, skinheads and Yeezy started wearing Alpha’s MA-1 jacket it was the flight jacket of U.S. Air Force and Navy. The MA-1 jacket was the first military flight jacket to cross over into civilian fashion.
AI’s classic flight jacket includes knit cuffs, a knit collar and waistband, as well as a strong front zipper with storm flap for warmth. There are multiple snap-closure pockets as well as the utility/pencil pocket with the “Remove Before Flight” key chain. An addition to the jacket in the 60’s was the reversibility to show off an Indian Orange lining. The reason being if a plane crashed, the pilot could reverse the jacket to the orange side to signal rescue personnel, exactly what you need on a night out up North!
This classic version has been kept as close as possible to the classic specifications, it has been the subject of many colabs over the years but this in its purist version is pretty iconic.
Maybe you heard of Thorocraft at some point during your past #menswear 1.0 travels. They were purveyors of perfectly fine footwear, but, for the most part, their designs were always a bit too swagless for out taste. But none of that wack shit matters anymore because Thorocraft just pulled off the ill rebrand, flipping the script and reemerging as TCG (aka Thoroughly Crafted Goods), a brand with an aesthetic much more in line with today’s customer. The first installment of their new philosophy is seen with the brand’s “Olympia” pack of two athletic-leaning sneakerboots that are more sneaker than they are boot. Im looking forward to see what they have in store over the next couple of seasons.