Flying Coffin has released two online exclusive t-shirts to complement their recent 2008 Spring Collection. First off is a new variant of the classic bolts design, featuring a hand mixed and pulled gradient in the star circle. The second tee sums up how Flying Coffin creator Jason Gomez feels about the current state of just about everything – Mediocre Times. Only 30 pieces of each tee were printed and are available now exclusively at www.flyingcoffin.com.
Here we go, the next fusions to make you drool or spit. This time it’s an all American colorway of red white and blue in time for the Olympics. These mids far surpass the black Air Jordan V x Air Force 1 Lows we’ve seen on other sites (which look 100% fake). These actually look decent, but hopefully they wont release 10 more colorways, keeping it somewhat subtle.
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In a relationship that has spanned many marquee products, this most recent Hide collection from the ongoing Beams x Porter partnership is a testament to a collections strengths and maturity as a co-branded project. The all leather Hide offerings are specially treated for water repellency as well as including little details such as a laptop compartment. Three styles include a Ruck Sack, Day Pack and Active Carry Case and are available now at select dealers.
As Neighborhood’s children collection, Neighborhood Quarter has represented a slightly more youthful approach to the aesthetics and themes represented by its parent company. Here’s a new addition of apparel including button-up shirts, tees and a solitary hat. Available now at honeyee Store.
The proliferation of vintage treatments to sneakers and its trickle down effect sees the venerable Puma Clyde undergo a faded and weathered look. In all honesty, with suede and its impossible upkeep, this gimmick is all but unnecessary as the first freak rain storm or spilling of beer on your suede Clydes/Suedes will leave the same effect seen here. However, classic colorways seen here definitely shouldn’t be overlooked. Look for a worldwide roll out soon.
Relatively new to the Japanese fashion arena is label Cactus. Despite their recent establishment, they have created a capsule of products together with fellow Japanese brand Ubiq. Among the products is the mountaineering inspired Carphill. Cactus’ personal touches feature a revamped materials on the tongue and heel, while maintaining the full leather upper. Available now at Chapter World.