CLOT, which is founded by Edison Chen, Kevin Poon and Billy Ip, is a urban lifestyle company whose goal is to inspire the younger generation to think independently and creatively. If you have heard of the “Kiss of Death” Nike Air Max 1’s, then you must know about CLOT because they were partly responsible for that popular shoe. CLOT has worked on many projects and their latest one is their new website which has just launch. In the website, you can find some information about the company, the products that they have produced and even a crew blog.
You can check out the new website at clotinc.com.
Just yesterday, we revealed to you an upcoming collaboration between DC Shoes and SE Racing. SE Racing’s story extends all the way back to 1976 when it was created by Scot Breithaupt who named the company after himself as Scot Enterprises. Here are some more teaser pictures of what’s in store when the whole line of bike parts and sneakers drop on May 24th.
A few weeks ago, we revealed a blue Vans Syndicate Mr. Cartoon model. It appears that there is more to the puzzle with two other colorways slated to be released in both green and tan. We’re unsure whether each colorway will have an exclusive design so stay tuned for more details closer to the release date. These unfortunately won’t be available till October.
The Nike ACG has recently updated itself with a variety of new footwear from Nike’s fabled ACG line. There are quite a few different models to choose from and we see that the ACG line has not neglected the aesthetic part of designing outdoor shoes. The line is broken down into trail and water. There you can view specially designed gear for each activity. Much like any Nike product, except some of the best technology on the market to guide you through your hikes, trail runs and kayak adventures.
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If 1000% Bearbricks are your thing, prepare to shell out some serious cash for this upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean At World’s End 1000% Jack Sparrow. This particular Bearbrick will not only be limited be come in at the cost of $6888 HKD ($880 USD/442 GBP/653 Euro’s).
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