Wednesday, February 15, 2017


Take a Look at Mark Wahlberg's Exclusive "Wahlburgers" Air Jordan 4
Renowned sneaker customizer Dan Gamache has recently crafted a special edition, 1-of-1 Air Jordan 4 in honor of Mark Wahlberg’s family restaurant chain Wahlburgers. Recent images shared by StockX show the exclusive Air Jordan 4s were crafted using a pair of “Thunder” 4s, featuring the Wahlburgers logo on the tongue as well as the heel.
This certainly isn’t the only pair of “Wahlburgers” inspired Air Jordans. Wahlberg recently debuted a similarly styled Jordan Formula 23 Trainer which can be seen here.
The Nike Air Max 95 Gets Two Exclusive Colorways From JD Sports

UK-based retailer JD Sports has released two brand new colorways for the Nike Air Max 95. For Spring 2017, the circa 1995 runner gets a royal blue and black color scheme and a gray gradient iteration. Both versions of the retro silhouette receive the Swoosh’s streamlined Ultra construction, featuring a smooth, minimalist upper made of mesh and fuse, while sitting atop an Ultra sole unit for a lightweight step. The royal blue colorway features blue-tone Air Sole units and lining for a surge of color. Both versions of the JD Sports x Nike Air Max 95 Ultra Essential trainers retail for £120 GBP (approximately $150 USD) and are available now at JD Sports’ online store.
adidas Originals and size? Release a Ritzy Colorway for the Gazelle GTX Milan
The latest addition to the ongoing size? x adidas Originals city series is the Gazelle GTX Milan. This time, the fashion capital of Italy is embodied by a navy and gold colorway, while the classic Gazelle silhouette also incorporates an upper made of dark blue suede, gold-tone leather Three Stripes branding and heel tabs, navy laces and a clean gum sole. GORE-TEX technology ensures that this special edition shoe will withstand cold and rain but rounding things out is the eye-catching “Milan” printed in gold. The size x adidas Originals Gazelle GTX Milan is slated for release on February 17 at size? locations and its online store.
Nike's Air Max Uptempo Set to Make a Clean Return In "Triple White"
Another one of Nike’s classic basketball silhouettes is making a return in all-white. The Nike Air Max Uptempo will don the popular “Triple White” color scheme along its entire upper soon. The model stays true to its 1995 aesthetic via its overall construction and subtle details such as its Air Uptempo logo on its heel and visible Air Max units for comfort and support.
The Nike Air Max Uptempo “Triple White” currently doesn’t have an official launch date, but stick with us and we’ll provide release information upon availability.
Here's a Preview of the Upcoming Nike Special Field Air Force 1 "Desert Camo"
The Nike Special Field Air Force 1 continues to drop in a slew of fire iterations. The latest makeup designed by Swoosh designer, Ben Kirschner, is perhaps the most suitable SF-AF1 rendition to date. The military-inspired sneaker boasts a traditional desert camo print set against an all-over tan colorway. In regards to textiles, the shoe features a mishmash of leather and rugged canvas.
The Nike SF-AF1 “Desert Camo” is set to drop at Tier Zero retailers and select stockists such as Notre this February 17, 2017 with a retail price of $180 USD. Take a look at the photos above and let us know if it’s on your radar.
visvim Drops a Trio of Duck Boots for 2017 Spring/Summer
Joining visvim’s Spring/Summer 2017 Grizzly Boots-Folk for the season at hand are a trio of brand new duck boots from Hiroki Nakamura and company. Dubbed the Decoy Duck Boot-Folk, the design — which first appeared on the runway last year for the Japanese label’s Pitti Uomo debut — is the brand’s most traditional duck boot design yet and falls somewhere between the likes of the Decoy Duck Boot Alu-Folk and the Decoy Duck Mid-Folk. Built atop Vibram soles with link-patterned treads, the pairs come with Swedish vegetable-tanned cow suede uppers — or, in the case of the leopard-spotted pair, Italian goat leather — and replace the silhouette’s prototypical rubber base with vegetable-tanned bovine leather from Chicago’s Horween Leather Company.
Each of the three makeups can be picked up now at visvim flagships, select stockists and visvim’s Japanese web store for ¥128,000 JPY (approximately $1,122 USD).

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