This is a closer look at a Nike Court Force Hi which sports reflective material. The kicks also contain laser designs of flowers with gold foil stars embedded on the ankle panel of the shoe. Another exciting feature about these new Court Forces is the green and yellow sole and the flower design on the tongue. Rumored to be a collaborative shoe, there is no word yet on which other company or artist is involved with the creation of these new CF Hi’s.
With so many 5950s flooding the market these days, it’s difficult to come out with something original without going over top. However, the good people from KICKS/HI took Hawaii’s answer to Burberry and plaid – the Palaka print – stamped it onto the classic New Era body, complimented the black pattern with a gold “KH” logo and came out with something beautiful. Very fresh. Very regal.
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There’s no better combo this year in Vegas than the NBA All Star Weekend and Magic Tradeshow. Now to add to the excitement of that week in Sin City, Fosho Foshow will also be holding their own private brand showcase. Brands including Lemar & Dauley, 10 Deep, Rocksmith, DC Shoes, HIQEE, Phenomenon, Complete Technique, and Kilo Goods will be at the Alexis Park Resort from Feb. 13 to 15 taking private appointments at the Athena Ballroom to show their 2007 collection. There will also be complimentary cocktails by Cabana and DJ Sets by talented well renowned DJ’s. See the invitation after the jump for more information.
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Here is another release from New Balance that we spotted on Mita Sneakers, it’s called the Trail Buster. This trail style sneaker is from the 90’s and is compared to the Nike Humara, which are both considered to be urban trail style sneakers. The colors are loud which are like most 90’s trail shoes and these will be releasing on February 3rd. For those that are in to 90’s trail sneakers, here is another good release to keep in mind.
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Converse has teamed up with avant-garde master Junya Watanabe Man to produce six limited edition Converse Chuck Taylors. The shoes will drop this spring, and will be available only at high-end global retailers like Barney’s, Colletee, Comme des Garcons, Dover Street Market and more. Only $84 bucks, so it’s a great look.
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