Whenever you approach staple items such as work boots, a successful product requires a little bit of ingenuity in creating something fresh for a style which has undergone many design alterations from various brands. Japanese brand Cause took a familiar silhouette made famous by Red Wings and added some beneficial features. Shaving the weight and offering a perforated tongue for breathability, together these two go a long ways for a better wearing. Two material choices are available, black leather or sand colored suede.
As an accompaniment to the R3 sunglasses from Recon (among them, a joint designed by Futura), technical brand Acronym and accessories maker Bagjack put together a special case. The case features a wrap around flap on the front, fastened by a button. No word yet on a release date.
Source: Recon News
One of the most well received and well documented video games in the last few years, Grand Theft Auto IV has been perceived as one of the most detailed creations of its kind incorporating numerous features to create an extremely realistic gameplay. Rockers NYC had the opportunity to outfit Jamaican gangsters Little Jacob and Real Badman in vintage Rockers gear. As the game is quickly played and details uncovered, I wouldn’t be surprised to see more cameos from various brands.
Analog has released a new pack of fitted caps created in association with New Era. With its roots in skate, snow and surf, the brand has set out to reinterpret some classic logos with their own personal twist. The four designs are available now through Karmaloop.
We’ve seen a really high volume of Fred Perry products as of late, with a spotlight on high profile collaborations with Beams, Eliminator, Junya Watanabe and more. Fred Perry has really come a long way from its Wimbledon roots, and has fully immersed itself in fashion. It was only a matter of time before they released more footwear to continue the success they had with the COMME des GARCONS tennis shoes from a while back. Classic lawn styles that match their garments are visible here. The “Tipped Cuff” models are even detailed with the double stripes which are a Fred Perry staple visible on their polo collars. More after the jump.