Here’s an update to the recent sample news regarding the Supreme x Vans Troops of Tomorrow pack. It appears as though there is 3rd colorway (black/white) of the Chukka. This pack is based off of the 1982 album by The Exploited. No word yet on any release dates.
Coming soon to Zozotown is this latest collaboration by Medicom Toy’s Bearbrick division and Japanese apparel brands Roen and Connectors. Each t-shirt is available in two different colors. The tees will go on sale today at 9:00 pm (Japan time).
2K by Gingham features a collective of guest artists for each season’s t-shirt releases. Their goal has also been to deviate from the mainstream and bring to light a variety of artists. These artists provide their expression on something 2K considers to be one of the most powerful tools out there, the common t-shirt. This latest collection features the likes of Geoff McFeteridge, Misha Hollenback (of Perks&Mini), Vanskap, Barry McGee “Twist”, Daniel Johnston and Experimental Jetset. Some of the shirts can be directly purchased through 2K.
Levi’s Japan’s sub-brand FLU has recently released some new technical jeans that emphasizes on safety and comfort in their designs. The line is highlighted by some features rarely seen on denim which includes 3M reflective piping as well as quick drying denim fabric. These will be available at Tab Device in Japan and retails from around 23,100 to 29,400 Yen.
JB Classics has just put up a preview of their new Peddler Hexell model which comes in a bright and vibrant green and gold colorway. The gold forefront and mid looks great against the green heel. Of course the return of the Aunt Tub (of Hexel) inspired hexagonal pattern is what inspired the sneaker. No word yet on release dates yet.