New Balance fans near and far will certainly have mixed emotions about this new SD574 sandal. It’s not something that new as other companies have produced similar-ish products such as clogposities, Superstar Clog’s etc. However, the impact may remain minimal due to it being a .jp release.
Here’s another look via New Balance Japan
Visvim have just released some new products, among them are two new technical Gore-tex jackets, as well as striped crew neck shirts, and knitted beanies. The two Gore-tex jackets feature Paclite 2.5 technology, that makes it 15% lighter then conventional 3-ply Gore-tex material. The jacket pictured on the left, called the Nomad is loosely cut while the other jacket is based off the ever popular M65 military jacket and is tapered to the body. The striped crew neck is available both in long and short sleeve, and has little shoulder strap details. The knitted beanies are available in white, natural, and navy blue.
We had a chance to view what Futura Lab’s has got cooked up, and for the FL enthusiast, I don’t think you will walk away disappointed. Included in this collection are many staple items, new raw indigo/black denim could be considered a focal point in the collection. There are many renditions of the “Futura Box Logo” as well that adorn various colors of hoodies. The signature Futura Pointman can seen on the back pocket of the denim, as well as a nylon button-up coach jacket. Conversely, Futura’s double helix logo is seen on a hoody and a zip up nylon coach jacket. Rounding off this collection are mesh trucker hats, and two very interesting items. We posted the FLOM towel a few weeks ago, and now you can match those up with some slippers. As well, the best is left for last in the form of a Luchador mask. Start checking your local FL joints soon!
Image: Sweemie & Co. via Basaradan
Tatami (a division of famed sandal maker Birkenstock) and Bape have created an interesting pairing to release this upcoming Tatami sandal blazed with Bapes signature camo. Tatami were originally used as traditional mats of woven straw covered with Igusa rushes and hemmed with cloth. Tatami was originally created and used by the privileged and was considered a comfort and luxury item as only the most important members of society sat upon them.
Japanese brand Skulls have joined up with Bearbrick to release this 400% (28 cm) Bearbrick. Quantities are limited, and a leather bracelet is included as well.