Tentative slated as June 16th, the world will see the release of 558 pairs of these Puma Clydes designed by Berlin based Solebox. This Clyde features a black upper with a snake skin stripe. Snake skin is also featured along the tongue as well with a gold inner lining. There is an abundance of hot collaboration Clydes on the way without a doubt.
Not so long ago, the yellow Puma Clyde Vaughn Bode released to much fanfare. This May 19th, they will release perhaps a more user friendly colorway in white which may interest more conservative fans of Vaughn and Clydes. Livestock in Vancouver Canada will be the lone stockists of the Vaughn Bode’s in Canada.
Here’s a look at another upcoming Japanese New Balance created 1600. The 1600 draws a lot of influence from the 1300/1400/1500 and features many technical features that once made it the flagship runner of New Balance. This 1600 features a black upper with a speckled midsole, perfect as an everyday sneaker.
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Here’s a look at the upcoming Nike Fly Milk Blazer Premium. It is a tribute on Nike SB’s behalf to Jeff and the Fly Skateshop he started in Shanghai after quiting his previous job working at a milk processing plant. The theme of the Blazer involves a missing person ad on a carton utilizing the same color scheme as a milk carton in China (the Chinese characters on the heel translate to milk). Due to the countless amount of time spent by Jeff, this can be related to being “missing” hence the use of his picture on the heel tab. The shoe was designed by Matt Irving, who also was responsible for the Hunter Dunk SB’s. No word yet on whether or not this is a regionally exclusive release or not.
MaZe recently interviewed “Living Legend” DJ Clark Kent regarding not only his role in the celebration of the Nike Air Force 1 25th Anniversary but his general perspective on sneakers itself. Also find out what makes DJ Clark Kent a collector who is rarely matched due to his buying trends. If a few thousand pairs wasn’t enough, you’ll definitely feel as though DJ Clark Kent is the world’s biggest Air Force 1 Low & High fan in the world.
Check the video out at Kix and the City.