The first of the Nike Air Force 25th Anniversary tees have dropped recently over at Purchaze store in Europe and as you may have noticed, Nike has gone all out with making sure the these tee gets noticed by using some rather eye catching colors sure to grab peoples attention as you pass by them.
Nike has been holding special exhibitions around the globe in celebration of Nikes Air Force 1 25th Anniversary, and it seems the next exhibition is happening in Bangkok Thailand at Siam Square from the 19th of January to 11th of February 2007 with a soft opening happening on the 18th of January. So if your happen to be in the area, go and check it out as over 70 pairs of rare AF1’s will be going on display from collectors around Thailand.
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Here’s one super exclusive drop to look out for. Limited to only 12 pairs for store, Puma will be releasing the second part of their Crooked Tongues collaborative shoe – The Puma Clydes. They will only be available in two stores in the States, GOODS in Seattle and ALIFE in NYC. Other shops like Livestock in Canada will carry them as well. They will be dropping this Saturday January 20th, so mark your calendars.
Check out more images of the shoe after the jump.
Johan of 3Sixteen recently caught up with Kiya of Self Edge at their opening party in San Francisco. With their recent feature on the SF Chronicle, Self Edge has been given the spotlight as the newest shop in the Bay Area for the best premium denim labels around. With brands such as Sugar Cane, Samurai, Flat Head, Imperial, Iron Heart, and more, you’ll know that these guys are serious about carrying only the best names in the denim game. Read the full interview now to get the full inside scoop on Self Edge.
Here’s a look at a Limited Edition version of the Lakai Telford. It is a high model that features elephant print on its toe and heel panels. It also contains multicolors on its upper ankle and tongue area with a perforated feature on its side panel. It’s definitely a different twist from one of the more popular skate shoe brands out there.
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