The Hundreds drop the latest installment their Blue Box series with these special edition Tropic Johnson Lows. The vulcanised canvas kick features and all-over Hawaiian yardage pattern with caramel brown lacing and details. The Tropical Johnson Low comes in both sky blue and night black options and will be available at The Hundreds’ flagship locations and at the following authorized retailers on Thursday, November 1st: Wish (Atlanta), Brooklyn Projects (Los Angeles), Premium Goods (Houston), Bodega (Boston) and Moda 3 (Milwaukee).
Here's a look at the latest GS Air Jordan IV colorway. Officially called black/dynamic blue-vivid pink, the sneaker takes a black nubuck upper contrasted with dynamic blue and vivid pink on the detailing. A black speckled midsole is used making use of pink, on top of a grey/white outsole.
Vans' premium skateboarding line, Vans Syndicate, releases a clean and simple version of the classic Old Skool. In nothing but red and white, Vans Syndicate takes the timeless skate shoe and gives it a simple, yet refined look. Rich red suede dominates the upper, with a solid white vulcanized sole and Jazz Stripe, finished off with silver lace grommets putting the icing on the cake.
Scheduled to make their official debut next month in a DC-inspired "Mumbo Sauce" colorway, KD will definitely be seen plenty times this season in this "Blackout" pair unveiled today. The "Blackout" KD V takes on a look of their own with a gloss-finished upper above an icy translucent outsole.
This colorway looks to be more suitable for the fall/winter season. The upper of this SB Dunk Low is in a tonal natural green called "Sequoia". It’s complemented with a Metallic Zinc Swoosh and gum-bottom outsole. It’s also constructed from soft leather and suede materials for a premium feel. Look for these to hit NSB accounts sometime next month.
Fans of the traditional black and red Chicago Bulls "Bred" colorway for Air Jordans may be interested in this skate-ready Vans Sk8-Hi in a similar color palette. Decked out in a full suede upper, this classic Vans Sk8-Hi skate shoe sees a Black/True Red colorway, complete with white vulcanized midsole for a very Bulls-esque look.
The Nike LeBron X may be the talk of the town, but that doesn’t mean the Nike LeBron 9 is going to go away. Seen here via the internet’s favorite auction site, is the Nike LeBron 9 P.S. Elite “Volt Dunkman”. Bright volt makes the upper pop, especially with the trailing carbon fiber plate on the side panel. If 11 is your size, you can go for this pair over at eBay.
Look out for snowboard ace Danny Kass to get airborne in this new edition of his signature Nike Double Tongue snowboarding boot. Decorated with vintage American fighter jet motifs, these iron eagles come with a matching DK Van Patten weatherproof jacket made from hardy STORM-Fit fabric. Proving that two tongues are better than one, Nike Zoom DK QS Double Tongue Boot will be on limited release soon.
The Infamous Mobb Deep's Prodigy has announced an upcoming collaboration with Supra Footwear. In a new video recently released by the skate brand, P briefly speaks about a new sneaker and boot set to drop sometime next month.
October is almost over but the latest sneakers continue to roll in retailers like the Reebok Pump Omni Lite – White – Orange – Teal. The all white classic features an Orange and Teal colorway almost similar to the Dolphins Team colors.
Streetwear pioneer X-LARGE applies its design expertise to the adidas Originals CP80s model, featuring an upper dressed in premium black suede resting atop a stitched white midsole. The design note will have sneakerheads scrambling for their wallets, is the hairy leopard print material at the signature three-stripes and heel tab, contrasting nicely against the subdued black exterior.
The New Balance 991 "Made In England" is back with two new colorways for the fall season. The classic sneaker makes use of a suede/mesh upper along with hits of 3M on the detailing all on top of an Abzorb sole. The two colorways available are ivory/grey-navy and denim/navy-red.
The Vans LXVI Module is described as “An authentic hiker from the action sport original,” a fairly poetic tagline that refers to both the boot’s plimsoll-ish toe and the fact that brave dudes were climbing mountains thousands of years before the Roller Derbys, Powells and Alien Workshops of the world redefined ‘extreme’. They’re joined by new colorups for the Graph, Inscribe, Ortho, Secant and Variable, and all are both depicted below in additional images and available now straight from Vans.
Here's a preview of the new PUMA Disc Blaze LTWT Leather is joined by a black/white edition whose blocking really shows off this unique silo’s distinctive lines and serves as a stark contrast against the other pair’s "dipped" upper. These just arrived at all Japanese retailers.
The ninth annual Doernbecher Freestyle project partners Nike designers and developers with OHSU patients who have battled serious illness to create unique footwear. Kids decide the colors, materials and details for each shoe to reflect their individual stories and personalities.