In a trend that began earlier this year with Solebox, Puma has been reaching out to some of their most prominent accounts and supporters and supplying them with special Puma Clydes. Gary Bone of Livestock was the latest on the receiving end of a new pair of Clydes featuring hand drawn graphics on an all white sneaker and “1 of 1” printed on the inside.
Futura Laboratories has released a new series of denim under the moniker Dirty Paint. The three styles each include ample use of paint splatter while two of the pairs feature iconic Futura images including the Pointman and Atomic Ring. Each piece has been hand treated and will release later this week. Prices are set at ¥39,000 JPY (approximately $384 USD).
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Walking through the streets you might surely miss it due to the extensive graffiti and its surroundings but Berlin is the site of adidas latest retail project, the No.74 concept store. The store is a unique partnership with London’s No.6, which is an exclusive adidas retailer. The temporary location, open until May 3rd 2008, will carry product including adidas Sport Performance, adidas Originals, Y-3, special make-ups and limited editions, not to mention items that relate directly to Berlin. Following the closure of the concept store will come adidas Originals showcases which are scheduled to begin in May until June 2008, at the same location. With constant changes set to take place, be sure to stop by if your in the area.
Kill City has launched their 2008 spring/summer collection on the backs of numerous relevant musical sub-cultures that represent an expansive and never ending network of music, both current, past and futre. Regardless of the sub-genre it references, Kill City is down with all lifestyles and pushes creativity, all whle maintaining a strong theme and direction.
Here we go, another MITA exclusive and one of the few hot models from Reebok’s retro running line. The Insta-Pump Fury is the running version of the “Pump” technology models that were so popular in the early 90s. Perforated leather, grainy grey fabric, a Gucci red and green colorway in addition to the shiny black upper, is a wide ranged combination more suited to two separate models. The original Fury’s colorway were fluorescent raver colors and were ahead of their time in the 90’s. Here is an update that’s trying to stay current by being retro.