JB Classics have consistently produced some riveting designs and created a name for themselves within all independent sneaker brands. Their latest preview appears to feature purple quilted suede with a red leather upper. This is matched alongside a speckled midsole and one of the craziest soles we’ve ever seen with a mind boggling combination of colors and hues.
Here’s a look of a sample Air Max 1 “Sunrise”. Although the brightly colored gradient midsole is very noticeable, we could not help but notice the 3M reptilian upper that has been making its rounds lately on various different shoes. This particular Air Max model does feature a mesh toe box alongside a patent leather upper as well. No word yet on this sneakers release.
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Here are some pictures of the freshly opened sneaker store Livestock. For those who have been to Livestock in Vancouver, you will find a larger retail space that will cater to your needs. The store also seems to have debuted to a vast selection of some of the hottest sneakers in recent times.
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Sneakers.fr recently did an interview with streetwear guru, Steven Vogel regarding his piece of literature aptly titled Streetwear: The Book. The interview reveals a bit regarding Vogel’s opinion regarding streetwear and his hate of definitions. The full interview can be seen here.
Bounty Hunter recently released a few new items that included the likes new store-exclusive Smily t-shirts along some accessories such as a snap back cap and a messenger bag. The Smily tees were each printed in different colorways dependent on which store they were releasing at in Japan. The yellow one was created for Tokyo’s BxH store, blue for Nagoya, orange for Osaka, red for Fukuoka, and green for Sendai. Each t-shirt features the classic Bounty Hunter logo along the back of the shirt. For a list of official BxH flagship stores in Japan, check it out here.
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