For fledging Japanese brand Cactus, since they’re inception they’ve received ample amounts of exposure with various collaborations. Previously releasing both a hiker style Carphill boot and eyewear with Ubiq, the two have once again teamed up to create the Ilis. Three colors involve familiar hiking boot lace loops on a high top format with rubber toebox.
Skateboard brand enjoi has had eco-friendliness on the mind often donating 55% of its money to Enviromental Protection Agency. The panda logo totting brand has enjoyed success on both the product front and video front with their debut video Bag of Suck taking home Transworld Skateboarding’s 2006 video of the year. Teaming up with G-Shock, they have released their own version of the popular and durable style in a cream/green colorway. Available now at STLESS.
With a strong foundation in Japan due to the roots laid close to 60 years ago, Asics has all but maintained a strong presence in its country of birth. Here’s a look into their latest collection of footwear including the classic Pro Court models in its variants and the Top Seven. Seen within the collection are Nextide releases, something that was originally conceived to offer an alternative method of enclosure for sneakers and provide an easier way of life to those unable to deal with conventional forms of enclosure like laces. Available now at Flauge.
Paying homage to imagery originally seen within the pages of a Keith Haring book, A.IN.T embodies a theme of Art in Transit. The name references the transitive qualities of art, something they feel represents their brand. With Maharishi at the production helm, A.IN.T has set forth to reinterpret the t-shirt by ways of incorporating their British roots and large graphics and carefully chosen colorways. Look for A.IN.T at fifteen of the top doors in the UK including London’s DPMHI Store.
Despite a wealth of co-branded releases that have released through the Gectic stable over the years, the popular Japanese brand has gone solo in their most recent footwear project, the Pile. With warm summer colors in mind, the classic court shoe profile is done up in terry cloth uppers. The heel features the tag “Yop’s” in reference to hectic founder Yoshifumi Egawa’s nickname. Available now at eproze.
Following up on the well received original Maharishi x Destructo collection featuring Warholian inspired camo print originally seen in 1986 comes a new updated collection. Various colored trucks as well as skate decks produced in conjunction with [PRODUCT] will be available at select retailers in limited quantities. Despite the passing of famed pop artist Andy Warhol, his memory has been long be revisited in various projects.