It seems that the Haze brand is taking an active stance towards a comeback. The brand has been around for awhile, since 1993 with a mainly Japanese presence, however steps have been made to start releasing caps, t-shirts, and skate decks to the US and Europe. The designs according to Haze is a throw back to the 80’s and subsequently will result in a lot of natural hand styles as well as other free form styles of art. Also be on the look out for Haze as he has plans to continue making art for exhibition.
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Here’s a look at one of Pharrell’s video, That Girl featuring Snoop Dogg and Charlie Wilson. The video features a wealth of BBC & Ice Cream being worn as well as a shot of the Supreme store in Los Angeles.
Check out this HUF5 off DVSÃ¢Â€Â™ Original Intent line. The Original Intent collection is a project that focuses on the specific needs of DVSÃ¢Â€Â™ pro-riders. The HUF5 will be dropping in two color ways, this light-blue/white/black combo and a more dark, black-leather and gold trimmed style. Both styles will ship to skate stores mid-June, and for $63 a pop, itÃ¢Â€Â™s a no-brainer.
A series of twelve Japanese artists under the umbrella of company Buddyz have been brought together with one goal in mind. Each has been enlisted with a task of designing their own Rolling Stones themed t-shirts and mesh trucker caps. The designers include the likes of musicians, clothing designers, and artists. The whole line can be viewed here.
Here’s a look at another upcoming Reebok Classic designed by Atmos. Atmos has always been one to add variety to their collaborations with a wealth of different sneakers created under their watchful eye. These may initially present a very bright and loud sneaker with the pink patent toebox and the blue accents, however further examination may give you a change of heart. Something about the brown with the pink does a good job of keeping things in check. Atmos also recently did a Sakura Pack with Reebok that consistent of a Reebok Classic, a Pump Fury, and an ERS Racer.
Here’s a picture of a never before released sample picture of the former New Balance flagship model, the 1500. No information is known about this shoe however some reports say that it was a sample shoe alongside the eventual winning color for the Solebox Purple Devil pack. However this model appears to be a UK-made 1500 which currently is no longer in production.
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