With the rapid development of technology these days, many work conditions require the need to function in magnetically intense fields. Whether these be aerospace engineering, telecommunications, research labs or medical imaging equipment, the people that command these positions require a time piece that will enable them to accurately tell time under these conditions. Enter the 2007 version of the Rolex Milgauss.
The Milgauss originally released in 1957, celebrates its 50th birthday this year, and as a result the Milgauss is given an update. The dial features a lightning bolt inspired seconds hand over a black dial. The hour markers are both white and orange with orange creating the minute numerals. A slight green tinted sapphire crystal highlights the dial. The watch is securely fasted to your wrist via a stainless steel Oyster bracelet.
With the recent retro of the Nike Air Max Light, most would consider the return of the Air Max Light as a success which leads this latest colorway to provide excitement for those who have followed the Light closely. This latest colorway provides ample brightness in the form of a orange and neon yellow upper. The ability to break necks coupled with a mesh toe box will leave your shoes looking crispy clean and your feet cooler then most.
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The latest release from the series of Hiroshi Fujiwara/Fragment designed Air Force 1’s is this black/white rendition. Featuring premium leather and a perforated heel with 3M underlays, this sneaker is much like its earlier counterparts. Also this AF1 will release without the Fragment logo on the heel as well.
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Here are some of the latest samples of some upcoming Nike Court Force Highs and Air Max 90’s. The Court Force Highs feature a gray nubuck upper alongside a jagged tweed material on the sides. Bits of red accents round off the sneaker. The Air Max 90 features a brown ostrich skin upper along the bumper. A brown canvas material is also seen on the upper which should prove to be crease resistant, however the same cannot be said for the white leather toebox.
For the upcoming Fuji Rock Festival at the end of July, Japanese brands N. Hoolywood and Number (N)ine have teamed up with the organizers to release a special collection. The collection from both parties includes band-inspired t-shirts, hats and accessories such as Sharpie pens and pins. Available at GREENonRED now.