Everything comes to those who can wait. Nike teamed up with Jun Takahashi and now their collection “Gyakusou” will be out in less than a month. Also completely designed by Jun Takahashi is the collection “Running Performance”. Takahashi´s third collection “Undercover for Nike” should be released on November, 13th. You can see a whole bunch of pics of the three collections after the jump.
Just arrived at the shop are exclusive sneakers by Jeremy Scott x Adidas Orignals. You can find detailed pics of the Jeremy Scott JS 3 Tongue, Jeremy Scott License Plate Beverly Hills, Jeremy Scott License Plate New York and the Jeremy Scott Wings 2.0 in the Numelo.com shop. Don´t miss them!
Just arrived at the shop are the Nike Blazer Hi Vintage and Nike Blazer Hi Vintage Suede. You can find detailed pics of these exclusive sneakers in the Numelo.com shop. They are sold for €89.90 here. Don´t miss them!
This is a closer look on Cooper Ladd’s design for the Nike Zoom P-Rod 2.5. Cooper Ladd is one of a lot of young designers for the Doernbecher Freestyle Project. Here he implemented some brown plaid patterns right on the toe box, the heel area and the lower side of the kicks. With the help of the Nike professional designing team, he also utilized some white leather right on the center side with some stealth leather swoosh. It also has a giraffe print right on the tongue that has animated logo with the inside finished in purplish fur. Its insole took its inspiration from the wizard scene with some swords and in the icy outsole, you can read Just Do It in red. See some more pics after the jump.
The Air Jordan 2010 is one of the most talked about sneakers in the Air Jordan line-up. While there are those that hate the overall look, others feel blessed to step onto the hardwood with these fully laced. This particular pair was made specifically for Michael Jordan himself. Done up in the same colorway as the Air Jordan Alpha 1 ‘Tinkers’, and rightfully so seeing as how Tinker helped design the 2010. See more pics after the jump.
Saving the best for last in this year, here´s an all new colorway of the Air Max 24/7. The popular hybrid makes use of the popular black, grey and volt color scheme. Black works most of the shoe this time around, seen taking place on the patent mudguard and mesh upper. A grey gradient pattern is also apart of the look, along with hits of volt taking place on the eyelets and branding. Volt continues along the 360 Air unit, while a set of white laces closes things out. You can see detailed pics of it after the jump.
Two new Zoom Hyperfuse have hit the stores belonging to what Nike calls the NCAA Pack. The first two Hyperfuse looks to roll out salute John Calipari’s Kentucky Wildcats and Jim Boeheim’s Syracuse Orange. The Kentucky pair features a black and white accented royal blue base, while the Syracuse pair compliments an orange base with navy and white hits. The logos of each school appear on the lateral ankle of each shoe. You can see more pics of them after the jump.
Vans California has given their Mid Skool 77 sneaker a hiking boot style, now both colorways hit the stores. The style is based on the original and adds D-ring lace loops a hardy suede upper with touches of leather and a vulcanized sole. The color choices include black/brown and Sudan brown/blue.You can see detailed pics of both after the jump.
Here´s a little teaser for the all-new artist-driven campaign G-SHOCK launches with their Urban Shock Artist Program. Three different graffiti artists, DEMS333, ROID, and SKORE183, will take part as they each offer their own respective take on a CASIO G-SHOCK watch. The video seen here offers a first insight into the project as the artists discuss the importance of colors and how it affects their artwork. Stay tuned for more details regarding the G-SHOCK: Urban Shock Artist Program.
Converse’s First String Lineup has been one of the most well-received collections of 2010. The latest release from this highly-detailed collection comes in the form of the Converse Jack Purcell Hi “Zipper”. Specifically, this new style version of the Jack Purcell, which represents the model’s 75th year in existence, sports a high top version with unique styling possibilities of zipping up and/or lacing up. Its texture features include slub canvas, a hairy suede overlay and smooth pig skin leather linings. Colorways include Black and Milk and they are limited to only 500 pairs in the US. They will release later this month exclusively at Converse First String Accounts. See them after the jump.