Some 30 years ago, adidas released the Carlo Gruber collection. The overly enthusiastic use of colors and shapes were released in the 70s and inspired by 70s skiwear. The Carlo Gruber Tour takes off where the original collection took off (a re-release also occurred in 1995) with a series of different colored Tours. Available now at Japan’s adidas carrying styles.
The likes of Paul Molitor, Joe Carter, John Olerud, Roberto Alomar, Jack Morris and the rest of the early 90s World Series winning Toronto Bluejays come to mind with this latest Goodfoot x Starter jacket, gifted to the Toronto rooted sneaker boutique. Unfortunately, this one is strictly promotional but who knows what will happen down the line as Starter hits full steam.
If you need casual onlookers to give you the “hey cool shoes” compliment, Vans recently released a pack of Metallic Big Tongue Old Skools and SK8-HIs to make you feel better about yourself. Each pair features a thick tongue and shiny metallic upper in either gold or silver. Available now through ABC Mart.
With many streetwear brands doing an M65, CLOT has given their spin on the military turned street uniform with their Royale M65 Jacket. The all black jacket continues with CLOT’s tribute to the old school Chinese ways with a silk body. Available now at Hong Kong’s Juice.
Acapulco Gold has teamed up with Vinnie’s Styles out of Brooklyn for a one time collaboration. The tee features the famous Vinnie’s Styles Brooklyn script in the AG ribbon style. It comes in 3 different colors. A black tee with green and red ribbon colors and a navy and white tee with navy and red ribbon colors. The tee is only available at Vinnie’s Styles in Brooklyn and at select Acapulco Gold dealers in Japan.