Monday, October 26, 2020




Nike Sportswear has been blessing a laundry list of its collaborative partners with Dunk collaborations over the course of 2020, and the latest entity to join in on the fun is Bodega — thanks to a duo of striking takes on the Dunk High. Boasting extreme attention to detail, a retro-tinged look and quality materials, the bicoastal retailer’s Dunk collaboration is seemingly part sneaker and part moccasin.

Two colorways have been revealed: “Fauna Brown” and “Sail.” The former uses medium and dark brown shades atop a cream base, while the latter goes for a full sail upper with scant brown accents. Both feature moccasin-like leather rope lace assemblages on the quarter, collar and heel, working with the premium leather and suede build to give off a visvim-adjacent look.

These suede and leather panels feature intricate stitched details as well, and a Bodega spellout graphic is stamped on the medial quarter. The lateral quarters jewel Swoosh offers up a spotted tortoiseshell print for a final dash of flair. Of note is that the scribbles on the “Sail” pair’s midsole are not part of the design — they’re a mark indicating that the shoe pictured is likely a factory sample.

An official release date for the Bodega x Nike Dunk High “Fauna Brown” and “Sail” has yet to be announced, but the MSRP is set at $120 USD. 

Thursday, October 22, 2020



“There are many ways of doing things besides your own.”

We’ve linked with @vansvault on the sequel to our collaboration from 2018, once again flipping the OG Old-Skool LX. Refining the style further, we layered our signature linking handshake motif over four classic Vans color-ways. The motto on the box comes from “The Whole Earth Catalog,” and it’s inspired a lot of what we’ve done as a shop over the past few years, and what we try to stand for: teamwork, learning from one another, staying open-minded, and bringing people together.

Release details coming soon.- Notre

Thursday, October 15, 2020



I need Mother Nature to take some time and get it together. "Echo, how's the weather": It's 78 today (she said). It was 40 something yesterday. This is that too much that I can't stand. Got me happy that the winter was coming, only to take it back the next day. SanQuon Mood hoodie is for you Mother Nature. Take a look. 




Purple joggers like I'm trying to be the Joker or something. Like the dark twisted one. Not the happy vibes one. The pants would be brighter. Also my pants fit. Not like this models. 

No rules when you hit the bottom for the feet on this one. BJ Betts did his thing with these. It doesn't matter what you wear. Actually, wear SanQuon and Vans. Do that often and do it daily. 

 Maybe I'll wear a gold tree chain with this. Just joking. I just wanted to see if y'all read this part. 

What you wearing today? Let me know on  Twitter / Instagram

  If you like this one, be sure to check out other "Dress Like Javaris". 





These chips as hot as the night the Devil came to Ga. In this episode of Vegans Only Eat Carrots: I answer questions while eating spicy chips. These chips are not for the weak so don't play yourself. Please stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to. This month only (OCT.2020) when you buy any of the @Sanquon "Spooky" collection you get a free bag of @paquichips on us. Because, because, cause that's the promotion, mkay??


Wednesday, October 14, 2020



Seoul-based artist Gyu Han Lee is known for transforming your average Nike box into not-so-average pieces of furniture, and now the world has another chance to see his pieces up close.

Following on from the artist’s “ON MY SEAT” exhibition at 003archive in Seoul last September, comes his latest work titled “The Pattern Is the Pattern.” This presentation will be showcased at Gallery Document in Seoul, offering pieces such as Nike boxes turned into chairs, benches, coffee tables, shelving units, and much more.


“The Pattern Is the Pattern” offers furniture that looks as if it’s still in its development phase, as the box’s branding appears to give each piece an industrial aesthetic. It’s an exercise in exploring the intersection between something industrialized and something handcrafted because the pieces exhibited are both, further examining form and function, commercialization, and everyday life.

Gyu Han Lee says that the exhibition title is taken from Netflix’s Maniac, adding that it represents “the moment when the fragments of everyday life that seemed meaningless are repeated and constitute a pattern of life.”

Take a look at the exhibition pieces above, and check out Gyu Han Lee’s “The Pattern Is the Pattern” in real life at Gallery Document in Seoul until October 17, 2020.

Gallery Document
65, Naruter-ro,
Seocho-gu, Seoul,
Found Local,
Chapter One Edit 4th Floor  


Friday, October 9, 2020




Taking it back to where it all started. December 4th. Only on Netflix.

Wednesday, October 7, 2020




Oh, how did you know that this all that I ever wanted in life? How smart of you. I always wanted 600 lines of Deadpool saying whatever to me. This is my wildest dream come true. Not even the dreams I had about Lil Kim when I was 12 and she was nak.... nevermind. This is even better. Body-less Deadpool talking shit. Perfect.

I think I did enough talking. I'll let Deadpool tell you the rest of this ad. This is a #AD btw. FTC said I have to tell you this when sharing links so this me telling you this while sharing the links for this ad. They said the public likes it this way but do you really? Comment below. Don't really do that.  Please I swear. Hey Marvel (Stop reading). Don't do anything freaky with this Deadpool head that doesn't come with a body. The lord is always watching. She doesn't wanna see that...

(Deadpool reads)

IT’S, LIKE, SO PREMIUM, YOU GUYS: Have you ever wanted to own a piece of me, Deadpool? Now you can, you lucky stiff. This Marvel Legends Deadpool’s Head Premium Interactive Head is your ticket to nerd supremacy

MY HEAD MOVES TO AND FRO, LIKE A BALLERINA: Hath a Deadpool’s Head not eyes? It does! And it’s filled with motors and sensors, for all that sweet sweet expressive movement and interactivity! Just like your head, I assume

THE SUITS TOLD ME TO TELL YOU THERE ARE OVER 600 SOUNDS AND PHRASES (in English only): It’s important for you to know that Deadpool’s Head talks a lot, unlike what happened in that movie we absolutely can’t reference by name. You know the one
APP ENHANCED FOR YOUR PLEASURE: Using my free app (that’s right, no excuses) you can get me to do and say a bunch of [CENSORED], jokes, pranks, and insults! (App in English only)

LET’S INTERACT, BABY: With all these amaaaaazing features, I bet you can’t wait to click the little button and add me to your cart  DEADPOOL HEAD HERE.

Saturday, September 26, 2020




Lizzo invites Vogue into her award-filled LA home and answers 73 rapid-fire questions. Lizzo talks about collaborating with Liza Koshy, voting, and how she calms her nerves before a show. 

Directed by Jackson Adams 

 Interviewed by Joe Sabia

 Producers: Jenna Allchin, Rom Bokobza 

 DP: Jess Dunlap 

Entertainment Director: Sergio Kletnoy

 PM: Emily Yates E

dit and Color: Ryan Powell 

Post Sound: Nick Cipriano at BANG Audio Post

Thursday, September 24, 2020


While the gaming world impatiently awaits the release of CD Projekt Red‘s long-delayed Cyberpunk 2077, the buzzy title has teamed with adidas for a fresh take on the X9000L4. A fitting collaborative silhouette for a future-focused game — the X9000L4 is inspired by the “hyperconnected” world and features a data-driven outsole pattern — this special shoe is a mixture of top-tier fan service and conceptual design.
Black uppers are coated in what appears to be an abstract, tonal camo print, and feature sharply-edged triangular graphics on the quarter. Gold Three Stripe graphics work with purple toebox and heel accents to lock in the game’s color palette, and tongues offer a shifting branded embellishment that slides between Cyberpunk 2077 and adidas graphics depending on the angle it’s viewed from.

Although there’s a lot going on with the upper, the thick BOOST midsoles serve up the shoe’s most notable detail: gold “Cyber” and “Punk” hits front and center, split between the left and right foot. Heels add further to the branded detailing with “Neural Connection Status: Active” graphics worthy of Cyberpunk 2077 star Keanu Reeves.

A release date or pricing info for the Cyberpunk 2077 x adidas X9000L4 has yet to be announced, but it’ll likely arrive this fall alongside the game itself. 

Wednesday, September 23, 2020




 In this episode of Vegans Only Eat Carrots: I try out the chips that Van (@vanlathan) has been singing about on The "Way Down In The Hole" podcast. Will they live up to this hype or will I be left looking for something to wash this taste out? @utzsnacks

Tuesday, September 22, 2020



Nike has unveiled a brand new iteration of its Pegasus Trail 2. Following its “Volt/Black” release from last month, the American footwear label has opted for a buoyant “Bright Mango” colorway this time around.

The shoe comes with an eclectic mix of hi-tech materials like batted nylon, neoprene, mesh and rubber. Stamped at the top of the neoprene tongue is a contrasting yellow motif depicting a trail, complemented by a set of tonal laces and an elastic heel pull. A light shade of pink covers the rear quarters, accented by a silver-toned mini-Swoosh near the heel. The rest of the uppers come with a large “Bright Mango” panel that covers the forefoot, emphasizing the shoe’s tapered mold with a long white Swoosh along the sidewalls. All of these details rest over a full-length Nike React foam midsole, engineered to provide the wearer more uphill and downhill control.

Though no official release dates have been confirmed, Nike’s Pegasus Trail 2 “Bright Mango” is slated to drop soon on the label’s website for $180 USD. 

Monday, September 21, 2020




Nike and Nigerian football have a long-standing history, having honored the nation’s sporting nature with an Air Presto and a sell-out football kit, and now the Swoosh brand is tapping the country again with the release of the Nike Air Max 95 “Nigeria.”

The sneaker is covered in a bold green-heavy colorway comprising “Pine Green,” “Black,” “Sub Lime,” and “White.” Combined, the AM95 offers prints and patterns that nod to the aforementioned football kit — zig-zags are added onto the bottom of the upper and a knitted graphic appears in the webbing eyestays and on the Air unit on the outsole.

Elsewhere on the sneaker, we see a snakeskin-like texture used for one of the AM95’s waves, as well as black ripstop for the tongue. The tongue is also finished with a complementing green-and-white
Airmax patch.

Black suede has been used on the toe box, while black thread makes the mini swoosh on the rear-quarter stand out against the green upper. Rounding out the pair is a black midsole that’s finished with “Sub Lime” green accents on the outsole, as well as “Pine Green” tinting to the Air bubble units that run the full length of the sole.

The Nike Air Max 95 “Nigeria” is set to release on September 28 for £149 GBP (approx. $193 USD) at retailers such as Sevenstore (which is doing its drop via a raffle). Take a closer look at the pair above, and head to Sevenstore’s website for more information on how to purchase them.

Sunday, September 20, 2020


With this year’s London Marathon just weeks away, official sponsors New Balance have unveiled two exclusive marathon-inspired 1500 sneakers, one available to purchase, the other needs to be worked for.

Following the postponement of the 40th London Marathon earlier this year as a result of the COVID-19, the 2020 event will feature three elite races on an altered course around the capital.

Designed in conjunction with London-based run club Run The Boroughs, each limited-edition 1500 sneaker has been crafted using a premium pigskin and mesh upper, both also boasting the brand’s ENCAP midsole.

Paying homage to the inaugural 1981 London Marathon, each sneaker features an embroidered ‘2:11:48’ on the side, the marathon time set by both Dick Beardsley and Inge Simonsen that year.

Arriving in a white, grey and “Ruby” red colorway, this colorway will be available from October 3, while the second all-black iteration needs to be earnt. Unavailable to purchase anywhere in the world, only those participating in the 1500 Pub Dash Challenge will be in with a chance of winning them, by running 2.62 miles and incorporating a local pub en route.

40 winners will then be selected at random and sent the all-black 1500s along with an exclusive post-race package. You can find out more about the 1500 Pub Dash Challenge here and purchase the “Ruby” colorway via the New Balance webstore from October 3.

Thursday, September 17, 2020



Nike has called in Berlin-based artist Ruohan Wang for expressive renditions of the Blazer Mid ‘77, Air Max 90 and Air Force 1. Each pair is emblazoned with a painterly collage of multi-colored illustrations that enliven the classic silhouettes.

The Blazer Mid ‘77 comes with mismatching tongue tags, etched with bold “Nike” branding and a quirky motif of two legs walking, mirroring the graphics that appear along the heel counters. Contrasting its vivid uppers, the shoe sports a crisp white Swoosh and a midsole that’s been marked with the artist’s signature. The Air Max 90 comes with a bevy of brightly colored panels, like a purple heel counter with a bright yellow rubber patch logo, a light blue Swoosh and toebox, and a light green rubber Air sole unit, while tiny illustrations at the mudguards round off the shoe’s bold design. Lastly, the Air Force 1 boasts the most striking color scheme of all three iterations, leaving no panel on the shoe unmarked. A colorful medley of psychedelic graphics like globes, pink clouds, lightning bolts, flowers and faces are but a few prints that detail the silhouette. All of these features rest over a clean white midsole, lightly accented with green “AIR” branding.

Nike and Ruohan Wang’s Blazer Mid ‘77, Air Max 90 and Air Force 1 will be available on September 24 on Nike’s website, ranging from $100 – $130 USD.


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