Legendary artist ESPO is allegedly at it again with Nike as news and pictures have surfaced regarding a collaborative effort on a Nike Trainer Dunk Free. Taking cues from the revolutionary Air Force 2 done by ESPO back in 2004, the Trainer Dunk Free incorporates clear side panels and toebox. Stay tuned for more details and info that confirm or discredit this collabo.
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In association with the upcoming African Cup of Nations, Puma has launched a special four pack of sneakers using the football relevant Argentina shoe as it’s template. In recent times, Africans have had a pronounced effect on football’s worldwide landscape as they mark their presence in top leagues in Europe and around the world. The four pack includes Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Senegal. Available now at Ryouki.
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It is safe to say that this particular Safari colorway from Nike might have been one of the best Safari colorways ever created from Nike. This iconic colorway is finally back with this Air Safari Air Force 1. If seeing the pictures aren’t enough to convince you that it’s official, then just look at the tag on the tongue! Truly a nice release from Nike, finally.
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Original Fake started a few years ago when artist KAWS teamed up with Medicom Toy to create a brand and flagship store. The designs of the clothes are largely based on KAWS’ popular artwork like these two new t-shirts that have just been released at Original Fake retailers around the world. New tees include the Original Fake Companion t-shirt and the Fake Apple t-shirt. You can pick them up at We Sold Out!
The New York brand Alife has just dropped some new t-shirts from their Spring collection including the Scratch tee, the Scrawl tee, the Block tee, the Crack tee, the Dawn Til Dusk tee, the Dr. Revolt tee, the LeGOOGLE tee, the Voodoo tee and the Alife Inc. long sleeve tee. All new items are available now at all Alife stores.