New Jays are hot… there is a lot to these new sneaks so head over to Darren Rovell to read the full interview, here is a little about them:
The shoe was designed by Chicago native Jason Mayden, not the usual Tinker Hatfield. It features a chassis that’s meant to mimic blown glass, which means that each shoe is technically different in its pattern. The pleats in the shoe are really a nice touch. Shoe designers can learn from the simplicity of this, instead of the hodgepodge garbage we’ve seen of recent. Read more…
Kobe introducing the New Kobe Zoom IV’s … a low top joint that is kindof fresh… check out parts 2-5 after the bump… and then another interview with CNBC’s Darren Rovell
This is Nigo, creater of one of the of the most influential clothing labels worldwide. An interview with complex magazine in advance of the 15 year anniversary of BAPE is after the jizzump. Read more…
These joints are hot. Nike and the AF1’s have the market cornered. These joints are like the 2000 Honda Civics of sneakers. Check out this cats myspace page and check out all of the other 1’s that he has customized. His shit is sick. Here are a couple of my faves:
These aren’t Nike’s but they are still hella hella fresh. Called Adidas – Material of the World – Carnival of Venice Micropacer’s. You can read up on them at the freshnessmag.com. Plus more pics too. The only problem is that you may have to go to Berlin to pick up a pair. If you go, hook me up!
I see cats that I know can’t ball wearing Jordans all-the-time, so is it cool if i rock the Nike Skateboarding Dunks even if I know that my ollie and lip trick game isn’t like it used to be? I say yes, these are just too hot. On sale in February these hot dunk mids inspired by the Fender Bass guitar will be finding themselves in my shoe rotation. Nike is the best I tell you… I thought you knew already