Here’s a look at some items by FLU for Levi’s from Takahiro Okazawa’s blog on Honeyee. FLU is Levi’s sports apparel division which mixes different denim and non denim styles for a more sportier look. There’s also great quality and function to the FLU line since it caters more to the active lifestyle. Items like long sleeve performance thermals, breathable v-neck shirts, and high performance light weight jeans are some of the items you’ll find in the FLU collection. The FLU line can be found at the Tab Device Shop in Japan.
The Clones is a new French online Streetwear Newsletter that chronicles some of the latest news and happenings around the streetwear community. Their online spot just recently went live and you can now catch 3 issues in their archives, with a new issue sure to come out soon. According to The Clones, their newsletter is for:
“Wack people with dope style, bad girls, random people, vintage addicts, clowns, booty shakers, sneaker kings, Anna Wintour haters, anti-fashion militants, 80’s look-like kids, ghetto superstars…”
If that’s of interest to you, then check out The Clones now.
Devilock, known also for their involvement in the culture of mixed martial arts has teamed up with Sakurai “Mach” Hayato for a set of special edition tees. Sakurai “Mach” Hayato is one of Japan’s best mixed martial arts fighters, and have one numerous fights in the UFC. He has an overall record of 29-7-2. These shirts are special releases and will be available with support by INSPIRIT. Available at Zozo in March.
This version of the Puma RS100 is a tribute to Deone of Snkr Adkt, who started the first publication dedicated to sneakers in France called, “Lil Tyler.” In the 80’s Deone and his partner Thomas, both started collecting sneakers, accumulating over 700 pairs of shoes today. This shoe also pays homage to all the French kids back in the day who also started collecting kicks. These special Puma RS100’s will be available soon but in limited quantities.
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Here is a closer look at the new Reebok x Atmos collaborative sneakers. Included for this special release are two Reebok Classic models and an Instapump Fury model. The design and colors of the sneakers are said to have been inspired by the Japanese Cherry Tree. The light pink suede represents the tree, the brown represents the tree bark, and the white represents the sunlight. Atmos is using this theme to represent environmental issues in our world today.
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Upper Deck, long known as the leader in authentic signed memorabilia from its team of exclusive athletes such as Jordan, LeBron and Kobe, will be dropping signed player editions of the Zoom Kobe I on Thursday via www.UpperDeckStore.com or by calling 1-800-551-8220. While player edition shoes are hard to find, securing ones signed by an athlete can prove to be a difficult if not impossible task, even for the most accomplished sneaker collector. Now sneakerheads can add such high-valued items to their collection while having the peace of mind that the signature is real through Upper Deck AuthenticatedÃ¢Â€Â™s patented and exclusive 5-step autograph authentication process. These shoes will be in Kobe’s size 14 and quantities are extremely limited and will be sold first-come, first-serve at a price of $1,499.99. Look out for more sneakers from other Superstars such as Lebron and Jordan as Upper Deck expands their signed shoe program throughout 2007.