Supreme could be considered the absolute best collabo brand out there. They seem to be able to put out consistently the most desirable and hottest stuff. Two upcoming collabo’s include Vans and FILA. Vans and Supreme are definitely no stranger’s to each other, slated for this next release are some dope colorways of Old Skools, Half-Cabs, and Chukkas. However the Supreme x Fila Apparel is definitely something nobody could have fathomed ! No word yet on release dates for either, but stayed tuned for new pictures and info!
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Yesterday we released some info regarding a potential Nike SB x Canada release with apparel and sneakers. With mislabeled it Canada x Nike SB when in reality it’s a collaboration between Nike SB and United Front. Regardless, two of the shoes pictured are the Team Edition and the new Harbor with a rumored 3rd Dunk on the way. With the apparel included, this may mark the first time a collaborative effort with Nike SB has yielded matching apparel as well. Check the full pictures after the jump!
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Watch the new clip from WKATC of ESPN’s “It’s The Shoes” program. For this segment Bobbito takes a trip to Fat Joe’s place to check out his enormous sneaker collection. What you’ll see is Fat Joe’s love for everything from AF1’s to Jordan kicks. Check out the video now to see more of what this little visit is all about.
Hong Kong based streetwear label, Subcrew has come out with a few hoodies and jackets for this season. If you’re not familiar with Subcrew, the brand is produced by HK celebrity, skateboarder, and rapper Sam Lee. As for these new items, Subcrew has come out with a darker tone for their products. There is a grey hoodie, an M-65 Jacket, and a sleek looking varsity jacket. All contain skull designs with the Subcrew logo on the items as well. The M-65 Jacket is an nice piece, but the shine and material on the varsity jacket is the standout feature out of all the items. Available now at Subdivison.
Kicksclusive just dropped the latest scoop via these new Air Force 1 samples. From what I understand, some of these are part of Nike’s I-95 Air Force 1 pack that bases it’s colorways based on various points on interest in Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York City such as parks, AAU programs, shoe stores etc. You’ll definitely see a large use of 3M croc uppers, as well as some more conservative colorways. Stay tuned for more info!