Germany’s Dance Hall and Reggae publication, Riddim Magazine were given the chance to create a Puma Clyde and they did not disappoint. This sneaker features a gum sole united with a tan upper. The Puma stripe is featured in yellow with Riddim embroidered on the heel. The tongue tag as well as the heel logo both are tagged in Rasta-like yellow, green and red colors. No word yet on a release date.
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Hong Kong toy designer Michael Lau and Lion Heart hooked up to create this very interesting pendant. The pendant itself has full range of movement in its arms and legs as well as head. It also features a black layer of matte paint which will slowly wear away to feature a gold base. Available now at Zozo Town
Japanese brands Devilock and soccer inspired brand Samurize recently collaborated on a t-shirt. The t-shirt actually features technical fabric to provide moisture wicking properties should you ever find yourself throw into a little 5-aside action while patrolling the streets. This is slated to drop in late June/early July.
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Starting June 1st, Japanese residents will be able to create their own custom Nike iD Dunks in both low or high models, however what is different is that they can now give their sneakers the premium treatment which translates to new premium materials as well as construction. Also on June 1st, at Japan’s Nike Dunk Premium iD Studio Series #2, customers will have Hemp and Inca materials made available to them.
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Reebok dropped this Ã¢Â€ÂœFloatÃ¢Â€Â model in two clean color-ups, just in time for the warm weather. The sneaker has a boat-shoe vibe to it, sporting premium leather and a heel that resembles your dadÃ¢Â€Â™s Sperry top-siders. Move past the white-on-white classics and cop these for some summer style. The two colorways featured are in stores now, and retail for $89.