The latest installment from San Francisco/Tokyo skate brand FTC has been released. The collection offers several refined cut and sew pieces that go beyond your usual graphic tee offerings from retailer turned brand labels. One of the products which may draw unequivocal agreement is the “FTCK BUSH” t-shirt. With George Dub-Ya rounding out a successful second term, if you were so-so on Supreme’s campaign awhile back here’s a second chance to get on the anti-Bush bandwagon.
In association with the worldwide release of the Vaughn Bode x Puma “Cheech Wizard” Basket II, sneaker boutique Overkill will present a special showcase to launch the latest installment of the Cheech Wizard campaign. Vaughn Bode’s son, Mark will be available on Saturday, May 17th for a day of signings and a night time event that will include a live painting and musical performances. For more information including dates and times check out Overkill.
For a recent trip by MASH SF to Texas, Benny Gold reappropriated the MASH SF logo for something a little more relevant to the task at hand. The logo includes a set of long horns to give a snorting bull sort of look. Look for these shirts to hit select MASH dealers.
Ransom’s 2008 spring/summer collection has debuted offering a series of mature and refined pieces at strong price points. Ransom has entered this season with a collection that includes shorts, raw denim, button-up shirts and 5-panel caps. The collection is definitely a testament to the quickly maturing Canadian market and the brands represented within. Available now at Haven.
The gap tooth sporting former FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldo and his signature boot the Mercurial R9 debuted in 1998 in what was arguably a golden era for soccer boots. Up against the (in my books) legendary adidas Predator Accelerator, the Mercurial R9 was the beginnings of a new era for the soccer world and Nike that stressed lightweight minimalistic boots on the pitch. His Brazilian inspired silver, blue and yellow colorway would be the catalyst for Nike as they set out to create a full fledged direction behind the Mercurial line. Keeping consistent with Nike’s recent trends, the look of various models have been lifted and superimposed on the Dunk. Available in June with a suggested price of $125 USD.
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