The highly anticipated Optimus Prime Air Trainer III from Nike has finally been issued a release date. After the initial revealing of this model, some uncertainties were cast over this shoe from issues between Nike and Hasbro to the model being scrapped.
Coupled with the box office success of the full feature motion picture, expect this Optimus Prime Air Trainer III to be a very well received release. They will be available on August 9th at selected Nike dealers.
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Japanese footwear brand Madfoot! has just updated their online store with some upcoming August releases. Among the sneakers you’ll find are the Mad MDY Base Mid, the Mad Mid Base, the Mad Witness, the Mad Professor High 2 and the Mad Professor. The Mad Base models should be released on August 25th, while the others will be available starting August 10th. The sneakers range from 12,600 Yen (approximately $106 USD) to 15,570 Yen (approximately $131 USD).
Hand Selecta just did a quick little video of graffiti artist KR’s steeze with Krink’s new squeeze markers. Watch KR’s silky smooth throw-up and drip effect at it’s finest. Check out the Krink store list for your nearest location on where you can pick up the markers.
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Triumvir’s latest collaboration, the Legio XIII x Gil Elvgren t-shirt is set to release this week. Gil Elvgren was considered by many to be the greatest pin-up artist of all time. So significant was his work that it led to the publishing of a book dedicated to his art titled “The Great American Pin-Up”. These t-shirts will be available in white, black and yellow however in limited quantities of 300 shirts per color. The yellow version will be sold exclusively at Triumvir’s online store starting Friday.
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Japanese premium lifestyle magazine, Huge, recently released an extensive issue revolving the 25th Anniversary of the Air Force 1. The magazine is loaded with features on this year’s celebration of the Air Force 1 including an article on the World Love pack. The magazine is available now at Japanese bookstores.
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