Despite the lack of movement in recent times, London’s Mo’Wax has had an unmistakable influence on the world of street culture. Founded by James Lavelle in 1992, the label was innovative in its efforts of producing pioneering beats alongside uniting some of the world’s global creatives before the widespread adoption of the Internet. In an upcoming capsule to commemorate Mo’Wax’s counter-cultural movement, a series of Blazers and apparel will release. The range of apparel features dark understated tones with signature graphics that are subsequently paired with reengineered Blazers. Oiled suedes, ballistic nylon and waxed leather are all blended cohesively on the shoes. The release is set for an online release at nike.com/nikelab and #NikeLab locations globally in New York, London, Paris, Milan, Shanghai and Hong Kong.