Back in 1991, Dee Brown shocked basketball fans everywhere with his infamous no look dunk at the NBA All-Star Game. At the time, his sneaker of choice the Pump Omni Lite would go on to become a favorite amongst the basketball contingency later materializing into Dee Brown’s own signature the D-Time two years later in 1993. Fifteen years have passed and to remember the heroics of Dee Brown, Reebok has released a special anniversary pack including two OG colors of the Pump Omni Lite and D-Time. Check your local Reebok lifestyle dealer for availability.
In what could lead up to an interesting release later this year, unconfirmed reports are stating that the Air Force 1 HTM Croc may be set for a retro 4 years after its original release. The HTM designation references three big innovators in Hiroshi Fujiwara, Tinker Hatfield and Mark Parker who have previously collaborated on a handful of releases. A suggested time line is late summer of 2008, available in its original black and brown colorways.
Source: Sneaker News via Denim & Sole
With no end in sight, the United Front has been busy as of late catering to not only the grand opening of Stussy Toronto but also a handful of in-house lines. NVSBL Tailors is one to add to the list of projects from the Canadian entity. With little information, the focus seems to be linked to leather jackets. Stay tuned for more details and check a Karl Marx look-a-like in action in their lookbook for 2008 fall.
Source: Matt George
With it becoming a well known fact the Tokyo chapter of UNDFTD, here’s a look at the t-shirt set to release this Saturday at the store’s one year anniversary. The Number One tee features prominent logos on the front with a celebratory note on the back.
In a clash of colossal Japanese brands, Visvim and Number (N)ine have linked up for a jacket collaboration set to release mid-April. The jacket body itself is simple with three different patterns available. The use of a Visvim favorite, Gore-Tex and their technical design ability is offset with Number (N)ine’s well known style of design. Available April 19th at F.I.L. and Number (N)ine locations in Japan. Suggested retail price has been pegged at
¥134,400 JPY (approximately $1,340 USD).