The in-store brand of Japanese sneaker boutique Atmos has just released some new items. Available are the Reversible T-shirt and a nylon coin purse. The highlight of this t-shirt is it’s ability to be reversed to perhaps match your sneaks for the day. The colors available for the tees include white/aqua and black/purple. The print on the shirt reads Atmoticpeace… something that probably doesn’t make much sense outside of Japan. The other item released is a carabiner coin purse, perfect for allowing quick access to your change. The change purse can be bought in black, blue, pink and grey. The shirts retail for Ã¯Â¿Â¥8,190 (approximately $69 USD) while the coin purses retail for Ã¯Â¿Â¥1,890 (approximately $16 USD).
Ransom Fitted Shop has just opened its doors in Toronto, Ontario. Adding to an increasing list of fitted cap dedicated shops, the grand opening of the Ransom Fitted Shop also introduced some special custom colorways. Paying homage to its Canadian roots, there are no shortages of NHL teams caps. If you happen to make your way to Toronto, check out the Ransom Fitted Shop.
Ransom Fitted Shop
431 Richmond Street West-Upstairs.
Tel:416 703 8055
Image: Strictly Fitteds
With the imminent release of the adidas Consortium Collection, here’s an upcoming preview of the Status Pack Americana. The Americana features a black and silver leather upper. The heel and sides feature a monogrammed silver print. The silver highlights accent the black nicely to create a solid colorway. No word yet on the release date of this particular model.
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Check the latest from Fenom and Fragment Design as they collaborated together on this 5-Star pocket t-shirt. In the past Levi’s Fenom has released a series of 207 models that featured a column of stars below the front pockets. The shirt comes in both black and white and an understated pocket design.
Sneaker customizer Nash who recently created this neck-breaking Visvim FBT x Air Max 360 custom is at it again. This recent custom uses the unmistakable Nike Atmos Free 5.0 Trail, superimposed onto a bike seat. The piece was created for the upcoming We the People BMX exhibition. We look for more interesting customs from this talented individual.
Dr. Romanelli will soon be releasing his newest collection called “Surgical Strike” which will feature reconstructed vintage military garments with top quality leather and details. These new pieces will be releasing this week at Sophnet. in Tokyo. In addition, look out for a collaboration between Lupe Fiasco and Dr. Romanelli coming this Fall.