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The Review: APL Concept 3

When a shoe holds the singular distinction of being banned by the NBA due to “providing an undue competitive advantage,” it’s hard not have lofty expectations. That certainly was the case when I laced up my first pair of Concept 3s....

Polls: LeBron James and Kevin Durant Top Forbes List for Best-Selling Sneaker – Which is Your Favorite Nike Collection?

The rivalry between LeBron James and Kevin Durant – initially sparked with Durant’s “second best” comments in a Sports Illustrated interview last year – also transitions off of the court. In light of his career-best scoring season r...

Shaun Neff Speaks On the Early Years of Neff

A label that stems from a background in snow and skate headwear, Southern California label Neff has since extended its know-how into a more fashion-forward orientation. Ardent collaborators with some of art and music’s most reputable, 2013 alon...

THROUGH THE LENS: Quang Le

With an interest in punk rock, skateboarding, and the Los Angeles art scene, it was only a matter of time before Quang Le offered his piece of mind to the creative landscape. Picking up a camera during his college years, Le’s unique style has s...

The Review: Nike SB Lunar Gato

We used to have a spot in New York City called 12th and A. At first glance, it wasn’t much: a basketball court decorated with driveway flatbars, a shortened picnic table, and a couple of ramps. DIY ledges lined the walls on the left side, parallel fr...

Streetsnaps: Sam Lambert and Shaka Maidoh of ACF

Location: Florence, Italy at Pitti Uomo 85

Pen & Paper: Reach

Heading Taiwan’s growing street art scene, Reach is considered by many as a pioneer of Taiwanese graffiti. In 1998, Reach debuted with Toya-Taiwan Graffiti, a publication showcasing the capital’s artistic efforts via a dynamic blend of il...

Streetsnaps: Steve Aoki

Location: West Kowloon, Hong Kong at Blohk Party

MARIS Speaks On Its Store Opening, Jakarta’s Streetwear Scene and Corruption

Recently dubbed the most populous city in Southeast Asia, Jakarta is the cultural, economic and political center of Indonesia. Strung together by meandering motorways and tuk-tuks, the city thrives on traditional customs and a newly-bred creative sce...