All new styles from Japanese footwear brand Madfoot! have released. Little guesswork is ever needed when seeing what Nike model has inspired any of Madfoot!’s collection, and any C&D efforts which we assume have gone done seem to be fruitless. The Predator Hi seen here is available in five colors combining the right combo of subtly and pop with the use of patent and metallics.
The Skatepark of Tampa has gained a great deal of recognition for their annual Pro and Amateur competitions, bringing the best skaters in the business to Florida. During these annual events, they hold a tradition “Moat” race which involves tons of dedication and having a strong stomach. The race takes place in murky Floridian waters complete with diesel run-off and snapping turtles. To celebrate this event, Nike SB has teamed up with Barak Wiser of SPOT to produce a very limited run of 100 Moat Race inspired Dunk Mid’s. The shoes will release at Skatepark of Tampa, April 25th with retail tag of $95 USD.
Skatepark of Tampa
4215 E Columbus Dr.
Tampa, FL 33605
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The Sharky toy designed by Keith Poon will be re-interpreted with a color change by two of the most popular toy designers in the industry, Frank Kozik and Huck Gee. Having accessories that are made to fit into Sharky’s mouth is a part of what makes this toy so unique along with the obvious war reference. Both Kozik’s black design and Gee’s monogram version will be offered at the San Diego Comic Con later this year as an exclusive limited to 100 pieces, while the colored version being limited to 400. Retail is rumored to be $75, although it is not yet confirmed. Both designers will be having an autograph session as well.
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Last Sunday, the King of Spring Skateboard Showdown took place drawing huge crowds for a little fun and competitive action and free swag. Hosted by Billy Rohan, the event included sponsorship from some of New York’s finest including Acapulco Gold, Supreme, Starks Laces and DQM alongside the likes of Red Bull and Vans. Check the video for all the highlights.
In a shopping landscape originally altered by the arrival of a flagship Bape retailer approximately two years ago, the Hong Kong market has enjoyed an influx of some of Japan’s most popular labels as they create a powerful fashion community around the Central dstrict. A brand with unrivaled popularity in Hong Kong, Visvim founded its first F.I.L. outside of Japan one year ago. In a celebration of this occasion, we took the opportunity to interview Visvim founder Hiroki Nakamura regarding not only his insights on Hong Kong but also the future developments of F.I.L. around the world. Also included in this feature are first hand accounts of the Folk Bear Foot FBT Shaman and a patchwork Ballistic 20 liter pack set to release exclusively at F.I.L. Hong Kong.