Two premium brands collab for the Puma x Extra Butter Clyde Kings of New York Pack. This special drop pays tribute to the go-getters and hustlers of New York City who are the kings of their own trade – from B-boys, graffiti artists, street ballers, musicians and style savants. We honor those who perfect their craft and make their hustle in the hardest city in the world. Both PUMA and Extra Butter bring to the table their deep roosted history in sports and influence in hip-hop and street culture. Continue reading Puma x Extra Butter Clyde Kings of New York Pack
This month its The Sneaker Drop: adidas 4D Future Craft. A very futuristic model by adidas.
This super cool model features Digital Light Synthesis technology that adapts and becomes accustom to the structure of your foot for a more comfortable experience. Incredibly, the manufacture of the 4D sole, Carbon, has stated that the sole only takes a crazy 18 minutes to be created. The super levels of responsiveness are said to be created by light and oxygen! Continue reading The Sneaker Drop: adidas 4D Future Craft
The highly-anticipated Converse x Neighborhood collection is a collaboration between Converse and renowned Japanese streetwear brand Neighborhood. They return with a celebration of the One Star ’74 and Chuck ’70. The Converse x Neighborhood collaboration takes these two iconic silhouettes and modernizes them with streetwear, military workwear and motorcycle-inspired functionality.
In honour of Air Max day and month we present. The Sneaker Drop: Nike Air Max 1 Master. The month of March was a big one for Nike Air Max fans with different re-releases and new Air Max models. With one of the most anticipated releases of them all the Nike Air Max 1 Master. This sneaker marks the 30th anniversary of the Air Max 1 and they have not disappointed!
This month The Sneaker Drop: adidas EQT. adidas is back with a bang, well, they never quite left but with the brand focusing on evolving the EQT range it will sure be another great year for adidas. The brand new silhouette goes back to its roots from 1991 when the Air Jordan 1 designer, Peter Moore joined the team and brought adidas back from the brink of bankruptcy by designing a shoe with ‘’everything that’s essential. Nothing that’s not.’’