Rocksmith recently began shipping their first release for their 2007 Fall Collection. Stated as one of their best collections yet, Rocksmith has credited their success to a focus on innovation and clean design. Looking back, there’s an undeniable Tokyo style associated with this collection. The use of contrasting materials is the highlight with pieces which incorporate foils such as snakeskin/fleece and ply/fleece hoodies.
Our following feature includes the Zebra Windbreaker, Double Cross Quilted Hoodie, Allante Tartan Hoodie and two cut and sew t-shirts: the Radio tee and the Zebra Pocket tee. The use of cut and sew on the t-shirts eliminates the problems often associated with all-over prints and uneven printing. For the Rocksmith dealer nearest to you, check out their list of dealers.
These latest offerings from Nike marks a three way hybrid affair combining the Nike ACG Wildwood, Air Max 90 and the Free Trail 5.0 sole. Two colors are offered both containing ample use of snakeskin. Available starting September 22nd at Atmos.
Clothing label Nonnative out of Japan has released a look book into their 2007 Autumn/Winter Collection. Much of the pieces derive their inspiration from streamline designs creating flattering cuts and fits. Although of their pieces are similar to other labels, they possess an inherent Nonnative touch that enables them to differentiate themselves.
Here we have a look at a few select models from the Supra Footwear Holiday 2007 Collection. Pictured above are two new colorways of the popular Chad Muska Signature Skytop shoe; floral and denim. Featured after the jump are also the the Suprano Jim Greco Signature shoe in chrome, SkyLow Chad Muska Signature shoe in black denim, and the Cali in grey suede. You can expect to find these shoes in your finer skate shops as well as boutiques worldwide starting early November.
Earlier this year, Fake London & K-Swiss teamed up to create a series of fun and unforgettable collaborations. Bringing a focus to the tongues of sneakers in a light never previously seen before, Fake London founder Desiree Mejer and K-Swiss are at it again with this latest release. The Fake Crime white upper is met with two rather large fastened tongues. The left shoe features the Fake London logo while the right has a huge digital fingerprint. Upon unfastening the tongue you will find a bank note enclosed inside a plastic bag. Each limited edition sneaker comes with special packaging with transport bag and stickers. Available now at Sold Out.