The original touring sneaker show, Sneaker Pimps will hit up the Great White North, the land of hockey, “eh’s” and free health care in a three city tour. These three shows will also include living legends Futura and Stash in live artist installations, while the musical accompaniment includes Biz Markie, DJ Premier, DJ Whookid and Black Sheep. The show will hit Toronto on February 1st, Montreal on February 9th and conclude in Vancouver on February 21st.
Not a lot of details but it looks as though artist Kaw has a Nike Air Force 1 Supreme in the works with Nike. The black nubuck upper is accentuated by trademark X logos from Kaws and neon green highlights throughout on the stitching, sole and laces. Stay tuned for more news regarding their availability.
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Pointer Footwear was established in 2004 with the aim of making simple, well-designed casual shoes. Now five seasons deep, the brand is bounding across the globe taking inspiration from the overlooked and unconventional. The latest Pointer 2008 Spring/Summer collection includes upgrades of two old favorites – the Mathieson (pictured in charcoal) and the Debaser (in grape/blue and white/navy). The latest incarnation of the sneakers feature embroidered logos, a choice of lace colorways and patterned soles, as well as multi-colored
threading and contrasting trims. Available in stores now.
Eager to explore the world but unsure of highlights in certain cities? ONETrueSaxon has you covered with their 2008 Spring/Summer International Essentials Travel Guide. The mini book is a fun way of looking at some of the attractions in cities around the world and offer insight on bars, restaurants, clubs, hotels and football teams. Each city also includes five songs that best reflect the city. The cities include Madrid, Edinburgh, London, Sydney, New York, Copenhagen, Moscow, Tokyo, Stockholm and Nottingham. In addition to the city-relevant insider info, the complete 2008 Spring/Summer collection from ONETrue Saxon is also showcased. Check ONETrue Saxon for details on how to get your free copy.
Although sharing some similarities to its Air Max brethren of the era, something about the Air Max Light and its current direction reveals a clean and simple approach that has to be admired. With mesh toeboxes making an appearence, some of the new Air Max Light releases include a White/Black/Green colorway as well as a Rain Camo style as well. For once, the vertical Rain Camo seems to have found its match. Available now at Size?.