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HYPEBEAST Feature: Essentials – UBIQ

Our latest HYPEBEAST Essentials takes us to the city of Brotherly Love as Philadelphia’s UBIQ holds it down as the leading purveyor of all your sneakers and apparel needs in addition to spearheading the Stussy Philadelphia Chapter. We catch...

UBIQ x Porter Collection

Footwear brand UBIQ together with Japan’s quintessential luggage/accessories brand Porter have teamed up on a small collection of items. Inspired by a traditional Japanese fish-scale pattern, the triangular pattern includes numerous green a...

Ubiq eL Satin Pack

In the process of changing their name (more on that later), Ubiq’s most popular and arguably their flagship model the eL returns in the form of this new Satin Pack. Featuring Vandal-esque satin uppers, the silky smooth double ring sneakers...

UBIQ x Nike Knows T-shirt

In Nike’s latest little advertised initiative, they’ve quietly been rolling out a collection of t-shirts to select Nike supporters and shops. Each shirt features a certain brands name featured followed by the simple tagline “Kno...

Cactus x Ubiq Ilis

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For fledging Japanese brand Cactus, since they’re inception they’ve received ample amounts of exposure with various collaborations. Previously releasing both a hiker style Carphill boot and eyewear with Ubiq, the two have once again t...

MSTRPLN X Ubiq Custom Nike Dunk Low “A Step in the Right Direction”

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Being Geeky seems to be in fashion now, Montreal designer Stefan Dukaczewski of MSTRPLN worked with Ubiq to create some geek chic sneakers in the “A Step in the Right Direction” project. These unique Dunk Low prototypes have been re-e...

Ubiq x Stussy Philadelphia Grand Opening T-shirt

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Initial reports at the start of the year pegged Stussy to extend its presence across North America with stores in Las Vegas, Washington DC and Toronto. At the heart of each of the previous openings was a special team up with a local institutions in...

Cactus x Ubiq Carphill

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Relatively new to the Japanese fashion arena is label Cactus. Despite their recent establishment, they have created a capsule of products together with fellow Japanese brand Ubiq. Among the products is the mountaineering inspired Carphill. Cactus&#...

Ubiq Ilis

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New models of Ubiq’s Ilis sneaker have been released. Available in both its standard and low models, differences included the use of leather on the standard model while the low is comprised of suede. A few accents mark the upper including con...

Undercrown X Ubiq March Madness Event

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To showcase Undercrown’s latest March Madness collection, Philadelphia’s premier store Ubiq and EA Sports teamed up for the launch event. The decor was full of sports memorabilia with DJ Cash Money controlling the beats. the likes of...

Cactus x Ubiq Eyewear

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Clothing label Cactus and Japanese footwear label Ubiq recently revealed their upcoming directions with the creation of a special capsule of products including eyewear. The handmade frames are available in three different colors. The colors incl...

Ubiq Qwerty

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The popular Qwerty model from the Japanese footwear label Ubiq is back in a new style and in new colorways. This time, Ubiq has given the Qwerty an outdoorsy look with round laces and a rubber sole. This Ubiq Qwerty is available in four colors in...

Ubiq x Secret Base Ghost

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Combining elements of fashion and toys, Japanese footwear brand Ubiq was offered an opportunity by popular toy makers Secret Base to create their own Ghost figure. The ghost design incorporates the familiar transparent design with blinking LED li...

UBIQ eL

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One of Ubiq’s most popular model, the eL, will soon be available in a new colorway and style. Inspired by nature and the outdoors, Ubiq has used suede for the upper giving it a rather luxurious feel to the shoe. Four colorways are available...

Tweety x Ubiq EL

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Having seen this most recent Ubiq crossover with Disney’s Tweety on their popular EL, the question is left to ponder, what the hell won’t the Japanese consider when it comes to collaborations? The metallic leather is marked with an al...