Here’s a peek at what is allegedly an upcoming Mita Sneakers designed Nike Trainer Dunk High. There are a million things going on with this sneaker and where to start is a good question. It features ostrich skin on the front and a multi-colored speckled mid-sole. That same mutli-colored designed is visible through mesh side panels. The heels feature cement print. All in all the sneaker seems to actually have underlying influences from the Chlorophyll pack that Nike released a few years ago, perhaps a tribute of sorts by Mita Sneakers?
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Longtime adidas sponsor, Zinedine Zidane and the Adi Dassler Fund have joined forces with the adidas “Right to Play” Red Play Initiative. This program works under the belief that the global game of soccer/football has the power and ability to have a worldwide effect on global society. It’s influence in sport development in many countries can be utilized as a tool in the world’s fight against various problems such as health, schooling and help create long lasting life skills.
Starting June 1st, replica balls will be made for sale at adidas stores in Europe and the US and websites such as adidas and RightToPlay.com in select countries. September 1st will see the program extend into Asia, the Middle East and South Africa. The balls will retail for 5 Euros or $10 USD.
For more info check the adidas Press Room
Zozo Town has recently released some polos from classic British brand Fred Perry for pre-sale. Twelve different colors have gone on pre-order and surely the color combination you are looking for is represented amongst those twelve. Look for a late June, early July release of these polos.
D3STRUCTO has teamed up with the artists KLF that burned Ã‚Â£1 Million to create a limited edition tee and trucks. Both feature a UK Ã‚Â£50 pound motif that reads “Bank of England I Promise to Pay the Bearer On Demand the Sum Of”. Like any other D3STRUCTO product, the quality and craftsmanship goes without saying.
Original Fake recently released pictures of these sample booty slippers. Although this concept of slippers isn’t new, surely few companies have ventured out to create a pair of branded slippers like this. Available in graphite and light grey, each pair features the iconic Kaws’ X on the foot.