Here’s a look at some new limited edition New Balance Models. The models included in this limited edition release are the NB 575 Trails in a Mad Hectic colorway, a 576 yellow camo (features suede and cracked leather), an NB 574 100 Years Edition, an all suede uppers 757, an NB820 Japan Series model, an NB1500, and last but not least a NB576 from the Jacket Series. Check out your nearest New Balance retailers for the availability of some of these kicks.
Image/Info: Street Thing
Atmos Harlem is the only place in the US to get these low run 501 denim joints. The collaboration is through Japan Levis and is not just the regular 501 denim you can cop for $35 dollar from local retailers. This 501 has deeper back pocket with graphic stencil of”footprint” and stencil with atmos logo.The other 501 has embroidered star logos.
Image/Info: Atmos NY
Sporting the signature Gun Show print, this wallet was just spotted on Rogue Status’ blog Smog Check. With new items from Rogue Status shipping and hitting shops soon, one can only speculate that they will be available along with the other items dropping. If anything, check your local shops to confirm about the availability of the wallet.
If you haven’t checked yet, you can now purchase the newest collection of Orchard Street items on their new shop site. The Orchard Street Ecom is now live and carries the latest tees, hoodies, and polos. Check out more images of the items after the jump.
Image: Orchard Street
Kicks Hawaii commissioned the talents of Sig Zane Designs for a new New Era Fitted Cap release. Featuring one of the company’s Hawaii themed designs, this New Era hat is just one of many projects Kicks Hawaii will be doing with the Hawaii based design firm.
Image: Ian Ginoza @ NimNim
Freshness recently did a feature on artist Dave White. Inspired by the Air Force 1’s 25th Anniversary celebration, Dave White just debuted a new collection of works along with Trust Nobody entitled, “The Court’s A Battlefield.” Also included in the collection is custom U.S.A.F Air Force 1 Dave White did, which like his other works, draws inspiration from the machines of war. Check out the interview here.