Here’s a look at a new model from Greedy Genius that will come out next month. This new model called Cool Breeze will be a high top that will be a bit different from previous models that came out. This specific colorway will be available in a black colorway and will feature a bit of patent leather. It’s refreshing to see new and creative models coming out from Greedy Genius.
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The Visvim FBT Ancestor Nez Perce shoe has just been released in japan. The half moccasin FBT Ancestor which is inspired by native American shoes comes in three colors (white, brown, black) and uses elk leather for the upper. The pattern on the flap of the shoe is inspired by the Nez Perce tribe. They’re available now at the FIL stores in Japan or at Re In Force.
This year is Nike’s 25th Anniversary of the Air Force 1 sneaker and to celebrate this event, Nike has released several “packs” including the Force Gold Legacy Pack, Coast to Coast Pack, From Court to Culture Pack and Bobbito Pack. Now, there will be a World Series Pack which will include sneakers done in the theme of countries or cities such as China, London, Berlin, Paris, Los Angeles and Japan. Shown here in this post is the Air Force 1 for Japan. These will be available sometime in September.
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Reebok pumped out 70 pairs of a Court Victory Pump and 80 pairs of an ERS Racer for San Francisco based boutique Shoe Biz. The sneakerÃ¢Â€Â™s aesthetic is a play-off of the Dinosaur that is present at the store-front of True BizÃ¢Â€Â™s shop. Taking the ode to the Dino one step further, the sneakers also feature embroidery on the heel depicting the animal. The Court Victory will run you $135, and the ERS costs $95. Check in with Shoe Biz, or hit some of your pen-pals from SF to cop ‘em for you.
Livestock Toronto is now open as of 11:00am May 19th, 2007. The shop carries footwear from Nike, Vans, adidas, Puma, Keep and Areth, along with clothing from BBC, Stussy, Acapulco Gold, Futura Laboratories, Fucking Awesome, The Hundreds, Brknhome, Freshjive and UNDFTD. This is definitely a must see spot if you’re in Toronto.
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