As part of a larger ‘Year of the Snake’ collection, A Bathing Ape will release this limited edition version of their Skullsta silhouette. Coming in either black or white colorways, both feature premium leather set atop an off-white sole, matching toecaps and snakeskin detailing along the heel tab and starburst branding. The “Year of the Snake” Skullsta is set to hit select BAPE accounts on February 2 and retail for $310 USD.
With the ominous moniker of “Nightmare,” this limited edition colorway of the adidas D Rose 3 takes inspiration from an opponent the night before facing the prolific baller. The purple, synthetic leather upper gives way to a glow-in-the-dark outsole, black and white speckled midsole and wave patterned black and white laces. The interior of the tongue features a ’12-24-12′ label to commemorate the sneakers release. The adidas D Rose 3 “Nightmare” drops on the above mentioned date and will be priced at $180 USD.
Odd Future’s Golf Wang brand adds to the current sock landscape with these multi-striped pairs, as well as a white pair with with GW graphics. These Odd Future numbers are now available at Caliroots.
These ivory leather Derby shoes from Jil Sander are an elegant footwear option. Striking in their simplicity, this lace-up pair is sure to be a hit with fans of the label’s minimalist aesthetic. Realize their versatile potential and wear them with a cashmere sweater and turned-up trousers, swapping for a slim-fit linen suit for a summer wedding reception. Made in Italy, these shoes feature a stacked wooden heel and a leather sole and lining.
Supra releases the Vaider and Vaider low as park of their terry Pack collection. Both are constructed with waxed twill upper and sport a red, white and blue striped interior terry cloth lining – blending with the tongue branding and laces. The Vaider highs don a vintage white colorway with blue accents and red vulcanized sole. Both are now available at Supra stores worldwide and online shop.
Designed in collaboration with Detroit’s Burn Rubber, the MT580WC is the second drop from the highly anticipated ‘Workforce’ pack, a homage to Detroit’s blue and white-collar workers. The ‘white collar’ version of the MT580 is a subtle reworking of a New Balance model that has seen huge success over in Asia, and has recently begun to gain the recognition it deserves in Europe and the States. The MT580WC references New Balance’s great heritage, with nubuck and mesh uppers and a translucent outsole with cut-out sections, with the addition of a ‘rollbar’ unit in the midsole, inspired by Detroit’s motor-industry.
New York based retailer Opening Ceremony has teamed up with Italian brand Forfex to create this beautiful Dalmation Sneaker for Fall 2011. Cruelly has nothing to do with these puppies (pun intended), so you can rest assured that the Dalmatian-print upper is faux, complimented nicely by the low-profile rubber outsole & white tubular laces. Retailing for $225USD, you can get these Dalmatian Sneakers elusively at Opening Ceremony.
Mihara Yasuhiro’s has once again collaborated with Puma to design a new-fashioned shoe, the MY-54. Two layouts to choose from, a solid black and white or grey and black with a splash of red. The pair features a rubber sole and is executed with a leather lace cover and unique toecap for breathability.
This isn’t a tribute to Back to the Future This is great new shoe that you can wear today!
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.