BePositive is releasing their FallWinter 2011 Collection. For over twenty years they’ve been a front runner in street wear and style. With limitless innovation, the Chukka returns in premium leather, suede and mixed suede/wool versions in a variety of colours. Made with quality materials, modernistic design using a simple outline layout. Available at SlamJam. Retailing for €199.00 ($271 USD).
UNDERCOVERISM has finally arrived this season. Made with tonal details with stitching and eyelets. The upper is made from cowhide leather and ANTIDEVIL SECURITY lables are placed on the tongue and upper toe cap.
A smooth blend of fashion with a minimalist tone. Feel comfortable, yet effortlessly stylish wherever you go in these sneakers. Available at ZOZOVILLA.
Supreme and Nike SB have collaborated once again for Fall/Winter 2011. Once again, They’ve chosen their New York brand, The Nike SB ’94 mid top sneaker as their source of inspiration. The original SB was more athletic in design. The new model appears more premium with beige and black uppers.
A release date hasn’t been announced yet but keep an eye out for these upgraded, stylish shoes.
Timberland has redefined their classic Waterbuck Boot. Modernized for more everyday use hasn’t reduced its performance at all. The new Flat Wedge design comes with a lower outer sole and waterproof upper.
Don’t be deceived by it’s softer look. It will get you where you need to go, rain or shine. Comes in wheat and black colorways. Priced at €190 ($258 USD).
Nike is no stranger to creating classics, & these SB Stefan Janoski Premium’s quickly rose to that status when they premiered in a perforated white leather awhile back. Now the shoe is here in a black version, & people are already talking about what it will take to snap a pair up. Premiere’s got them, so get out those credit cards before they’re all gone.
The New Balance ML574 has always been an interesting shoe, & with the release of these new colorways for Fall/Winter 2011, that status continues. Somewhere between a sneaker & a boot, the ML574 has gotten a suede/ripstop nylon treatment in both orange & red colorways that emphasizes the latter part of the shoes influences. The other models are more traditionally sneaker-ish, opting out of the workboot style laces & getting traditional cotton ones. Available now at Kasia.
It’s hard to believe Lebron James is already on his 9th shoe design for Nike. The LeBron 9 integrates Flywire technology and Hyperfuse construction – a first for Nike Basketbal – in the upper for superior support, along with a combination of Max Air 180 & a Nike Zoom unit for cushioning. Standout elements include: engineered textile wings, Nike Pro Combat inspired padding in the inner collar, asymmetrical lacing, outrigger for lateral stability and flex grooves in the outsole that bring the design to unrivaled levels of performance. It’s an amazing looking shoe, & no doubt sneakerheads will be rejoicing when it’s released in a limited-edition ‘Cannon’ colorway October 15th.
When two brands are working harmoniously, it makes sense to keep the relationship going and push the boundaries. Junya Watanabe COMME des GARÇONS MAN and Tricker’s are working together again for a range of new footwear. Rather than opting for conventional shoes or boots from Tricker’s, Watanabe selected the slim silhouette sneakers. Brogue details provide a subtle accent on the smooth suede uppers, while white shoe laces mirror the hand stitched white soles and gold double brand foil print stands out against the maroon inner lining.