Swedish design firm gram has extended their current line of footwear to produce the Gram SE collection. The new SE series takes the gram brand to a new level. The first model from the new collection utilizes a aesthetically simple but technologically advanced high-top. The full grain leather includes a swappable sole system which allows users to switch up their soles when the yellow “freshness” stripe is worn through. The lining and insole is produced with hydrophobic materials to ensure quick drying and comfort. Available at select accounts in Japan, Scandinavia and Australia with a price set at €220 EUR (approximately $322 USD).
Switzerland’s +41 hit the drawing board to design the Hubble Series for their country counterparts 242 Skateboards. Based on the Hubble telescope, the graphics seen on the tees and decks all feature shots of outerspace. Available now through +41.
Last month, jacket customizing demigod Dr Romanelli released his Surgical Strike line of jackets. Themed after vintage military stylings, Dr Romanelli does like no other in cutting and sewing to produce innovative and creative designs suited for the everyday. The jackets seen here are Special Edition releases from the Surgical Strike collection. These jackets will be available at Isetan Mens and Soph. Shop.
Some of you may be aware of Converse’s looming 100th Anniversary. With 100 years of back catalog, there’s bound to be some releases which for many will be a look at some new and rarely seen items. Among them, the Jack Purcell Racearound was originally released in 1973 and inspired in part by sports cars of its generation. The upper is comprised of both smooth and pebble pig skin leather. Available now at Flauge.
UK retailer JD Sports has just made available the classic Chili colorway of the Nike Air Max 95. The colorway speaks for itself, now bring in the haters who are all up in arms about the post-History of Air shrunken cushioning units. Available now at JD Sports (residents of UK only).
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