mita is the latest to take the plunge and collaborate with Asics on their retro flagship model, the Gel Lyte III. The Gel Lyte III has come under intense colalbo scrutiny in recent memory as some of the world’s most prominent sneaker entities have offered their insights in a strong series of releases. Seen here are two releases as part of the Kirimomi Project which are each based off their own respective Japanese philosophies. Available now at mita sneakers.
The touring art show Brave Art 2008 has opened up its latest stop in the beautiful city of Vancouver. With a strong cast of some of the world’s most sought after creatives, the month long show is a great opportunity to come face to face with the latest and greatest in contemporary art. For more information on the Brave Art Show, check the website for Vancouver’s details as well as other tour stops over at braveartshow.com.
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With slim silhouettes at a pinnacle for popularity, Vans has enjoyed a great deal of success. Their classic profiles have been as relevant as ever with a solid release set for 2008 fall collection. A mixture of both bold patterns characteristic of the DIY days of Vans when your own choice of materials could be applied as well as solid colored offerings are on hand. Despite the usual releases on hand here like SK8-HIs, Eras, Slip-Ons etc, look for more original releases to pop up soon into the Vans roster. Available now for pre-order at ripe.
Nike’s insatiable appetite for making things faster and lighter has seen them push the performance envelope time and time again. New for this year was the creation of Lunarfoam, a space age material which offers uncompromising weight and responsiveness relative to Nike’s previous most lightweight material, Phylon. Coupled with the weight reducing Flywire material, the Lunaracer has the makings of an incredibly featherweight but highly supportive piece of footwear engineering. When weight is not paramount, the Lunartrainer features a highly breathable mesh upper to get you through the most intense training sessions. Both are available now at Sold Out.
Simplistic in design, Alife’s ever-recognizable logo can be seen on a new pack of BIC lighters. The product fits in nicely for a brand who’s wide-reaching products and projects have made it a true lifestyle initiative. Three different box-logo colors are seen on the white lighters and regardless of what you’re smoking, show your love for Alife.