Nike’s Air Force 1 model is welcoming back Carolina Blue coloring. The low-cut iteration sees white as a complement to the light shade of blue with its branding returning to the traditional tongue and heel points. The lateral and medial Swoosh logos are done in the aforementioned blue with the toebox and sole unit presented in white.
Official dubbed “Blue Gale,” this colorway is currently available at select Nike Sportswear retailers such as Titolo for approximately $140 USD. Take a look at the images above and let us know your thoughts.
Today a first look has surfaced of NASA-themed kicks from Nike. The line’s Air Force 1 Low and Air Huarache silhouettes share tan suede on their respective uppers while navy blue is incorporated to the inner lining with a moon landing graphic added to the insoles. Red detailing is also added for additional flair to complete each colorway.
Take a look at the images below and let us know your thoughts. There’s currently no confirmed arrival date set for this duo, so stay tuned for additional information.
After releasing a “Hyper Blue” Air VaporMax Plus, Nike continues with its blue gradient theme by offering another OG colorway via its Air Max Plus silhouette. This Blue/White colorway boasts white caging overlay and sole unit for a crisp Spring/Summer look. The familiar blue/aqua gradient appears on the textile upper, while hints of aqua are echoed on the mini swoosh, outsole arch and visible Air bubbles.
There’s no word yet on when this Nike Air Max Plus will be releasing, so stay tuned for more information and let us know if you’re a fan of this colorway in the comments below. In the meantime, check out this abstract multicolor Air Max Plus model for something similarly vibrant.
Once again playing on its signature Air Force 1 High silhouette, Nike has just released a new marble iteration of the fan favorite model. This Nike Air Force 1 High’s upper mostly takes on a timeless white colorway made from premium leather. Black marble effects have then been added to the shoe’s midsole, sole, ankle strap and heel to finish off the shoe’s overall look.
The Nike Air Force High marble is available now at select Nike locations for $110 USD.
First appearing late last year, the adidas Originals EQT Bask ADV is back in a pair of subtle new colorways. Offered in “Running White/Trace Scarlet” and “Core Black/Blue Tint,” the sneakers boast mostly tonal makeups, accented by bold pops of color. Limited to adidas‘s Three Stripes on the midsole and striping on the heel panel, the contrasting colors break up the otherwise all-over white and black shoes. Everything else, from the Primeknit and mesh uppers to the laces to the sockliner, is executed in a single monochrome shade.
Paris-based Barbara Custom motorcycles has put its spin on the BMW R80 model with its futuristic “Black Mamba” concept. The bike maintains a number of elements that have ensured the BMW R-Series’ popularity — such as a flat-twin airhead engine and distinctive carburetors – as well as featuring a number of new adjustments and touches.
New features include a RnineT swingarm and USD front forks, which have been added to the existing R80 frame and motor. The concept also features a radical single-piece design, combining the seat, tank and headlight into one piece. Take a look at the “Black Mamba” concept from Barbara Custom above.
German motorcycle workshop Hookie Co. has unveiled a new take on the BMW R Nine T, with an updated model named the “Falcon.” As the name suggests, the new bike is inspired by birds of prey, with design elements aimed at replicating the speed and ferocity of those birds.
The starting model for the customization was a 2014 version of the bike, which was deconstructed and put back together to look like a more traditional model. Other features include a custom tail section, a large LED truck light and bespoke aluminum bodywork. Lastly, the bike is finished with a subtle Falcon logo.
Billed as “the fastest and most technologically advanced triathlon bike of all time,” the P5X “Lamborghini Edition” stands out as one of Canadian’s crowning achievements. Limited to just 25 models, Lamborghini’s P5X collaboration was originally unveiled at this month’s Geneva Motor Show event. A merger of Cervélo’s quality craftsmanship and Lamborghini’s forward-thinking, bold aesthetics, this latest take on the P5X “Super Bike” takes its design from a blueprint whipped up by the exotic automaker’s talented engineers and carries the ideal balance of function and form.
“Our triathletes lead the charge when it comes to racing, and now, with this stunning bike, they can stand out from the crowd even more emphatically,” reads a statement from Robert de Jonge, Cervélo’s managing director.
You can take a look at Lamborghini and Cervélo’s new P5X collaboration above. The bike is currently retailing for $20,000 USD at the latter company’s official website.
As Mercedes-Benz gears up for the final classic variations of its G-Class models to retire, the automotive powerhouse is celebrating with a line of special exclusive models: the G 350 d Heritage Edition and G 550 Designo Magno Edition.
As the final iterations of the current G-Class, the G 350 d Heritage Edition is limited to Japan, with only 463 units, and will be available in five finishes including “Professional Blue,” “Light Ivory,” “Yellow Stone,” “Tulmarine Green” and “Pearl Blue” finishes. The G 350 d Heritage Edition also comes equipped with black 18-inch five-twin spoke aluminum wheels.
On the other hand, the G 550 Designo Magno Edition, which will also be limited to Japan with only 463 units, is crafted with a black leather interior and a designo piano lacquer wood trim. Take a look at Mercedes-Benz’s exclusive G-Class models above and head over to Mercedes-Benz Japan for more info.
The Land Rover Defender is the true “people’s car.” With pragmatic sensibilities and no-nonsense styling that appeals to pretty much everyone, everywhere, the Defender can be found right the way from Sunset Strip to your local gravel pit.
However, If you want a truly special edition, The Chelsea Truck Company has transformed the regular model to something that would appeal to the CIA’s head honcho.
Suave, debonair, elegant; the heavily beefed up Volcanic Rock Satin Big Foot edition would be the perfect fit for a Bond villain, affording them a better chance of survival, in the shadowy, yet glamorous world of international espionage.
Perhaps the most obvious part of the transformation is the use of huge 5 x 10×16” 5 Spoke Tubler Steel Wheels in Satin Black (Beadlock), complete with 5 x 37” Maxxis Trepador Extreme Off Road Tyres, greatly improving the ride over a standard Defender.
Chelsea Truck Co.’s Land Rover Defender Bigfoot rework boasts Russian Blue leather, hand-stitched materials, Blue Harris Tweed, machined aluminum, a striking Cromax paint finish, “SATNAV and DAB System with Full Facia Surround” and more.
You can take a look at Chelsea Truck Co’s new custom Land Rover Defender Bigfoot above and learn more about at the vehicle at its official website.