All Sneaker Fans that live in the New York area must mark your calendars because next Saturday February 10th is Soled Out NYC. They will return to the Soho area to host one of the biggest sneaker trading events of 2007. There will be tons of sneaker fans at this event, so for those that plan on heading there, be prepared and bring out the heat for this special occasion.
One of the most anticipated releases from Jordan Brand this year is definitely the Air Jordan III and with the success of the Pure and Black Cat Jordan IV last year, they are putting the same magic on the Jordan III. The Air Jordan III Pure features an all white upper with white elephant print, chrome accents, and elephant print laces. There is no exact release date on these sneakers now, but be sure to check back for more info.
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March 21st marks the opening of Soph Kanazawa and for this special occasion, they have a variety of items that will be released on this day at all their locations. These pieces include the Nike x Soph Air Oasis SP, Sophnet. x Resonate Goodenough Patchwork Cleric Shirt, Sophnet. x Dr. Romanelli Zip-Up Parka, Short Pant, S/S Polo Shirt, Skull T-shirt, Lace T-Shirt, and Sophnet. Open Date Tee. Soph has again come out with many wonderful and detailed collaborations, so be sure to check them out.
The Air Force 25 is one of the highlight sneakers of the year and this sneaker just keeps getting better and better. The Air Force 25 is an example of NikeÃ¢Â€Â™s commitment to revolutionary designs and performance and because of this, there are 30 chosen cities from around the USA that will be honored with a special edition Air Force 25 that reflects its basketball heritage and innovation, from the playgrounds to the professionals. All the Air Force 25 that are part of this collection will become available at 255 Elizabeth Street beginning February 10th. They will retail at $200.
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Futura has been doing graffiti art for decades and has become an icon in art and graffiti, here is an interesting clip that shows Futura in his earlier years and he talks about his involvement with The Clash, so check out this clip and hear what the legend had to say in 1985.
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