Since the introduction of Nike iD, they have constantly added different sneaker models to their vast selection that fans can individually design. Their newest addition is the newly re-designed Air Max 360 II, in my opinion one of the most comfortable sneakers on the market today. The Air Max 360 II iD offers several options including two camo patterns, the ability to change the air unit color, and much more. Head over to Nike iD to make that special colorway that you’ve always been waiting for.
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We had previously reported that streetwear label UndrCrwn will be releasing sneakers this year and here are detailed photos of one of their styles called the Lay Ups. These sneakers feature many different patterns like cement prints and splatter spots. Combined with an old school basketball inspired shoe base and a detailed shoe box, these will definitely make some noise within the sneaker community. Be sure to check out all three colorways as they are already released and select stores worldwide.
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Crooks and Castles has established themselves as one of streetwear’s finest with their distinct style and now they are teaming up with sneaker label Creative Recreation for their latest project. They have picked an all white shoe as the base and filled it with Crooks and Castles’ signature chain pattern. This is definitely one of those collaborations where you can distinguish which brands are involved from just looking at the product. These bad boys will be dropping this month.
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After the release of the Ghost Rider Figure, Medicom has many other great releases scheduled for April and May. They will be releasing a Doraemon and Roen Pirate Mickey figure during this period and both of these characters are respected with a major fan base. These two figures are extremely detailed, so fans will definitely need to keep their eyes out or you might just miss out.
Tommorow, Saturday 10th, The Seventh Letter / Known Gallery, Dissizit & Urb Magazine will be presenting the Tempt One Art Benefit Show at Urb’s 2800 sq. ft. Culver City Gallery space. This is perhaps one of the largest gatherings of graffiti, street and contemporary artists ever assembled in one space, with over 125 artists contributing artwork for the cause including Barry McGee (Twist), Chaz
Bojorquez , Eklips, Estevan Oriol, Futura, Grime, Haze, Kaws, Mr. Cartoon, Reas, Retna, Saber, Shepard Fairey, Slick and Stash. Every piece of art on display at the show will be available for sale via a silent auction, so this may be one of your only chances to own original artwork from some of these artists. Known Gallery also teamed up with Zune to produce 30 limited edition Tempt One Zune mp3 players and Slick to produce signed prints for the show. Full lineup, info and pictures after the jump.