Tag: "Sneakers"

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adidas ObyO | MTN Boot 2

Kazuki’s time in the adidas laboratory has proven to be time well spent. Trashfilter takes a look at the second incarnation of the excellent MTN Boot…

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Nike SB | Fluff book

Fluff is a respectable skate mag based in Holland, with a little more focus on creativity than most other magazines. Nike SB collaborated with the Fluff guys to create this incredibly impressive promotional book.

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éS and Crooked Tongues | The Foothills Project

You can’t do anything but applaud a genuine approach to creating something different – and this éS & Crooked Tongues Foothills collection is precisely that.

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Sneaker Freaker x AIAIAI earbuds

It was a pleasant surprise to find a set of these AIAIAI ‘phones in my mailbox the other morning, courtesy of the guys at Sneaker Freaker. These aren’t any old ‘phones though: the SF team have given them a special makeover with a slick colour treatment.

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Made For Skate: The Illustrated History Of Skateboard Footwear

The history of skating footwear broken down and put into a big book? Following from the ‘Made For Skate’ exhibition, come and have a peek inside one of the nicest skate-related books we’ve seen in recent years…

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adidas Superstar Skate (Silas Baxter-Neal)

adidas had a big thing in their favour when starting up the specific Skate division – they’ve had a DNA strand in skate culture since people began riding. This Silas Baxter-Neal model is worthy of the Skater of the Year’s endorsement…

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Original Fake | Room Shoes

As a rule, slippers are wack. But these Room Shoes from Original Fake brought out the metrosexual in me…

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adidas aZX Series

Out of all recent collaborative shoe projects, the adidas aZX series has to be one of the most successful. Check out our write-up from a slightly behind-the-scenes angle and see why this one ticked all the boxes.

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adidas IRAK Rmx Equipment Sport Runner

We shouldn’t need to introduce IRAK to you, but this collaborative double-pack with adidas grabbed the spotlight and swung it onto NYC’s inkdripping kings with no shame. About time.