A low-top version of the PF Flyer Sumfun High will be released this Spring. The Sumfun Low will be available in five colorways including sky blue, kelly green, navy, natural and black. Originally released 1947, the Sumfun Low will feature tonal uppers with a white midsole built on Posture Foundation insoles.
The PF Flyers Sumfun Low will release at Zappos.com in Spring 2010.
Check out the primary batch of kicks released for Supra‘s lifestyle NS (Non Skate) collection. Supra goes back to basics with an interest in classic colorways, as seen in this season’s first three fullgrain leather models: the Assault the Cuttler, and the quirky Steve Aoki signature Strapped 2. All come in black, but the low-cut Assault is also available in grey, white and checked navy, and the Cuttler has grey and cream alternatives. Grab these now at Factory 413.
Gourmet shows somewhat of a lookbook for the collection of Spring 2010 sneakers. They come back with some new variations of the L’Uno’s, L’Quattro’s, and Cinque’s; but add on pair of low-tops, and one pair of Sperry-like mid-tops. We all expect creativity from Gourmet, and they keep on giving us what we want. The low-tops are called the “Diciotto’s”, while the mid-tops are called the “Dicinove”. The line is full of the traditional premium leathers, suedes, and canvas’. Make sure when these come out, you grab your pair at Gourmet’s website.
Japan’s Comme des Garcons Homme line brings us a classic version of the Chuck Taylor in a two tone canvas low top. This low top has some special add on’s like double lacing, and a two tone tongue and heel as well. Classically crafted, especially with the vulcanised sole; purchase your pair at Museum Ark.
Shoe designer Mr. Hare has just released his spring 2010 collection, the follow up to his successful first line. A varied line with pieces ranging from elegant, to understated, to the just-plain showy, Mr. Hare has all manner of men sorted for their footwear. Available from oki-ni now, get yours here. Continue reading
Kris Van Assche and the people at Dior Homme bring us their high top’s for Spring 2010. Now if you can remember, these were previewed months back, and look much like some of the Kris Van Assche brand high tops as well; that’s a perk of being a creative director and having your own brand. These high tops come in either black, beige, white, or a light gray; all with a white sole. Kris Van Assche has been known to love high tops, and create very interesting kinds of sneakers. If you look at the lacing, it comes from the back of the ankle, and pulls around and ties at the top of the tongue; which also means the laces will be much longer than usual. Not to mention, the shoes include a zipper heading from the ankle to the heel. Kris Van Assche and Dior Homme have simply outdone themselves with these sneakers.