Monday, January 31, 2022


 Nike revisits the Air Zoom Flight 95, returning to the OG colorway famously worn by Jason Kidd in 1994 during his debut rookie season in the NBA.

Recognized for its futurist, avant-garde silhouette, the Air Zoom Flight 95 features orb-like cutouts across the leather “Black Metallic” checkered upper, accented by a metallic silver midsole and outer sole. Eric Avar designed the silhouette as a vehicle to advance the then-Mavericks point guard, Jason Kidd, using the Zoom Air cushioning as a base for lateral spring and dynamic on-court maneuvering. Avar has also worked on Nike’s Kobe 9 Elite silhouette utilizing the Flyknit technology as a structural symbiosis of “science and art.”

Named a personal favorite by sneakerhead Hanni El Khatib, the OG silhouette last dropped during its 20th Anniversary in 2015 and again in 2017 in various neutral-toned iterations with contrast piping across the nubuck upper.

Along with previous models, the cursive “Flight” logo is embroidered across the heel tab, and a metallic and all-black Nike Swoosh appears at the heel and toe cap, accompanied with forward-stitching throughout. Black-and-white speckled laces complete the set.

Shop the new set at Nike’s official website later this spring, listed at USD 160.

Thursday, January 27, 2022

Sunday, January 16, 2022



Tommy Hilfiger and AAPE by A Bathing Ape have teamed up again, creating a unisex apparel collection, which dropped earlier today.

The winter-approved collection features skater-inspired outerwear, a collectible graphic skateboard, and a variety of accessories to help transition consumers into the early onset of spring. In its second iteration, Tommy x AAPE explores primary colors: punchy, plaid motifs complement assorted graphic pullovers and T-shirts.

The collection pays homage to local New York City-based skaters Kyota Umeki, Lucinda Jacobson, Brandon Scott James, and Hank Korsan, accompanied with documentary-style visuals, seamlessly blending AAPE’s classic camo print with Tommy Jeans’ plaid detailing. The apparel is colorful and understated – a perfect symbiosis of streetwear and skater youth culture. Traversing the Lower East Side to Brighton Beach in Brooklyn, Tommy x AAPE celebrates the unique union of skate culture with fashion and music and the communities that weave within three.

The colorblock reversible vest is an honorable mention for winter layering. Consumers will find a variety of two-tone, cold-weather essentials from heritage beanies, branded denim overalls, and a two-in-one jacket featuring a cool-toned buffalo check motif and interior plush teddy lining.

Shop the live collection on both Tommy and AAPE and select flagship stores.



Thursday, January 13, 2022



G-SHOCK is getting in early on the impending Lunar New Year with a limited edited MTG honoring the Year of the Tiger. Casio worked with young Chinese graffiti artist Hou Shanzhao who created not only the engraved pattern on the case back but a painting of a golden tiger to support the release.

The MTG-B1000 is from G-SHOCK’s “Metal Twisted G-Shock” premium line has been used as the base model for a Year of the Zodiac limited edition for the first time.

Here a gold-colored bezel and case back are paired with a “striking red strap.” The bezel undergoes a “laser peeling” process to create its golden tiger stripe pattern. The watch features Bluetooth and Multiband 6 connectivity, Tough Solar power, and scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass.

The MTG-B1000CX-4AER is available now via G-SHOCK


I am the biggest sucker for bracelets and when I saw this one I had to make sure that I jumped on it cause why the fuck not? I had to do it and while you reading this, Off-White has put out a whole Lunar New Year collection. You should check that. I got what I wanted. Now it's time to get yours

Wednesday, January 12, 2022



Tuesday, January 4, 2022



Chinese New Year is always a time that Nike (NYSE:NKE -1.20%) circles on its calendar to make sure it gives the festivities its deserved recognition. And this year, the Beaverton-based sportswear company is treating its consumers with a wide range of new footwear, one being this Nike Air Force 1 Low “Year of the Tiger” that has just been unveiled by way of official imagery.

For this new iteration, the Swoosh design teams implement a handful of striking details that are both vivid and relevant to Chinese culture. Much like Travis Scott’s first Nike Air Force 1 collaboration, the uppers of this rendition are crafted with a white canvas material, and these come overlaid with golden yellow and black tiger-striped Swooshes to echo its zodiac-inspired motif. Instead of the traditional Nike Air branding on the tongues you’ll find a unique “T” logo, and the lateral heels are embroidered with an intricate image of a tiger. The interior liners are drenched with a cherry red hue while bright orange finishes apply to the heels and the entire treading.

There’s no exact release date set in stone for these just yet, but you can likely anticipate Nike to drop these in the coming weeks ahead of Lunar New Year.



The first few months of 2022 will see a handful of cultural celebrations go down, one being St. Patrick’s Day this coming March. And to get into the spirt of this annual Irish holiday, the Nike team has elected to manufacture a playful SB Dunk Low “St. Patrick’s Day” colorway.

From a palette standpoint, this forthcoming installment is very similar to the Nike SB Dunk High “St. Patty’s Day” variation that released in 2013, but it features various adjustments in materials that allow it to stand on its own. Most of the base layer is constructed with a smooth suede green and comes submerged in a bold, shamrock-inspired green. Metallic gold accents follow suit as they dress up the traditional Nike branding on the fat tongues and heels as well as the Swooshes on the lateral and medial walls. To further stress its festive sensibility, the kicks are also supplied with clover green laces and white shamrock silhouettes embroidered into the lateral heels. Down below, you’ll find the midsoles splashed with an angelic finish and the outsoles styled with a full gum hue.

Check out a detailed look here above and expect Nike SB retailers to stock these sometime in March for $110 USD.

Monday, January 3, 2022




Following an official look at the Nike Dunk Low “Barber Shop,” we now have on-foot images of the alternate “White Barber Shop” colorway.

Set to release early 2022, the upcoming take on the popular footwear model serves to celebrate local barbershops and their place in communities.

The Nike Dunk Low “White Barber Shop” features a gray nubuck upper accented by white leather elements and red/blue/white barbershop pole piping. Additional detailing comes in the form of mismatched lace tips, gold clipper guard lace dubraes and hair pattern graphics. Finishing up the design of the shoe are pure white midsoles paired with light blue rubber outsoles.

Priced at $110 USD, the Nike Dunk Low “White Barber Shop” is set to release in the coming months.

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