Just the other day, the sportswear cross streetwear label, F.C.R.B or F.C. Real Bristol released their 2008 Spring/Summer lookbook on their website and in the look book we briefly saw what looked to be a F.C.R.B. Body Ball. Now, the creative director of F.C.R.B, Hirofumi Kiyonaga, has released pictures of the Body Ball on his blog. Unfortunately we don’t know exactly when this Body Ball will be released but we find this product very interesting as F.C.R.B. has gone out of the norms of “streetwear” to produce something simple yet functional.
The legendary skater from the 80’s, Steve Caballero aka. “Cab” is the reason behind Vans’ Half Cab shoe. His signature shoe still sells like hotcakes as both skaters and fashion conscious folks buy the shoe to either skate in or just to look good. Here are some new Half Cabs for Spring 2008. Included in the bunch is a bright orange Half Cab, a burgundy red Half Cab and a white Half Cab with a black midsole. Available now at Flauge.
Streetwear label XLarge has produced a new t-shirt in conjunction with Japanese magazine Samurai Magazine. Together, they have redesigned the signature XLarge pattern using a traditional argyle pattern often seen in golf wear. These tees are available at the Samurai webshop for 4,830 Yen.
Here’s the newest from the Nike camp which is the Nike “Houndstooth” Pack. Three sneakers are included in this pack including a Nike Air Max Wright, a Nike Air Max 95 and a Nike Air Max 95/360 Hybrid. All three shoes utilizes a houndstooth pattern on the upper.
Source: Sneaker Freaker
Brooklyn Projects which is located on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles is working with the skate brand DC Shoes for a sneaker collaboration. Unfortunately only one picture of the shoe has been revealed but this picture only shows the back of the shoe. Hopefully we’ll get to see more in a couple of weeks when it drops at Brooklyn Projects.
7664 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
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