Japanese bike shop W-Base has hooked up with Stussy Japan on an all new collaboration t-shirt. The tee features obvious references to W-Base’s trade as a bike store. The tee comes in white and black and will release May 3rd.
The sneaker scene in general has enjoyed a large number of events to go alongside the popularity in footwear and collecting, with the recent Kicks Lab event in Japan yielded some interesting sights. Mita and Atmos were on hand, each showcasing various sneakers they’ve had a hand in creating over the years including unreleased versions of the New Balance MT580 from Mita. Amongst the store displays were a large range of Nikes and Jordans on display.
With the last few years bringing multi-colored and often complex themed release in abundance, we’ve seen an apparent return to the roots of many vintage and retro models which have quickly been integrated into the lifestyle market. Puma’s almighty Clyde can be seen in black, baby blue and red full leather uppers.
A strong legacy of creating some of the most durable and innovative luggage pieces on the market, German brand Rimowa has been there every step of the way alongside globetrotters since 1898. Their rib design and sturdy shell have become a noticeable feature within many of their pieces. United Arrows has become a popular fixture in Japan’s retail market, offering their own design philosophies on a new series of luggage tilted Honey Gold. The collection spans five different sizes, ranging from 23 L all the way to a massive 110 L.
Amos Toy, featuring the artwork of James Jarvis, recently released some new items via their online store. Included amongst the items are a notebook and sticker set being produced by Japanese company, One Gram. Along with both of these releases will be a mug featuring the YOD character as well. Check out the Amos Online Store for availability.