One of the three tributes to the Reebok Ventilator, the new Heritage Pack stands out from its two counterparts with its sleek reimagining of the iconic runner. Featuring ballistic mesh combined with suede and smooth leather overlays, simple tonal uppers set the stage for thoughtfully-placed shots of color at the ankle, top eyelet and instep. Meanwhile, a molded white midsole allows for a low-impact Hexalite-powered ride. Look for these in a choice of three selected outlets now. For more of the new Reebok Classic Ventilator Series, check out both the Rugged Suede Pack here and the Night Vision Pack here.
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The final release in a trilogy that has spanned over 6 years, the M577LEV gets back to Limited Edt’s roots by paying tribute to the sneaker purveyor’s first concept store.
This limited edition Made in UK style features a mix of premium nubuck leathers and reflective panels, plus a signature black midsole. The bold royal blue and orange combo is taken from the store’s décor and sports-inspired logo.
CLICK HERE to scoop them at 12:01AM Eastern for $ 200.
One of South Korea’s strongest and most consistent menswear labels, LIFUL returns this season with the first arrivals from its Fall/Winter 2014 “MAN&BOY” collection. The new range, as in previous collections, features street-ready riffs on classic American wardrobe staples, but with the addition of fresh seasonal materials, colors and patterns. Highlights include the essential MA-1 Blouson Jacket, embroidered Kanco Sweatshirt and Colormixed Mandarin Collar Shirt, while styles like the Colorblock Zip-Pocket Shirt and Oxford Colorblock Shirt update the traditional button-down with two-tone designs and clever details like zip-up sleeve pockets. Casual, modern and wearable, LIFUL’s Fall/Winter 2014 new arrivals can be found now at the HYPEBEAST Store.
This summer, jaws dropped and necks broke for a plethora of reasons when Nicki Minaj dropped her “Anaconda” music video. One cause for strong reactions was the surprise look at Drake’s Air Jordan 3 “Mark Smith” PE. As Mark Smith told Complex, the shoe’s upper showcases elephant print via lenticular film, a material we’ll supposedly start seeing a lot more on sneakers. Get a better look at this Air Jordan 3 Drake PE in the photo below from Barney Wang. Let us know in the comment section if you’d cop this colorway if released.
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Continuing with our focus on the TRUE x LRG capsule collection, we now have images of the interior which houses the LRG pop-up shop for the next few weeks. Remaining true to LRG’s visual identity of nature, trees and bold graphics, the shop features light boxes displaying West Coast-inspired graphics alongside floor-to-ceiling photographic prints of old-growth forest scenes, while the wooden furniture and fixtures as well as plywood flooring complete the transformation of the space into a modern indoor wilderness. LRG’s Holiday fashion collection, pop-up capsule collection and limited edition SF-centric collaborations are available at this location in the annex of the TRUE select shop, open only until November 25.
LRG Pop-Up Shop @ TRUE
1415 Haight St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
Spreading its wings far beyond the gridiron, the University of Oregon continues to fly high when it comes to the Nike Lunar TR1. Coming on the heel of the “Oregon/Kay Yow” color code, the Ducks follow up that drop with this white-based variation. With metallic silver and black soaring throughout the upper, accents, and Lunarlon midsole, the silo’s Flywire cables get sacked with school-inspired touches of green and yellow. Complete with the Duck’s “Win the Day” motto printed about the inside of the tongue, along with the infamous “O” logo on the outside, the Nike Lunar TR1 “Oregon” will be available on Nike.com Wednesday, October 29th.
Nike Lunar TR1 “Oregon”
Release Date: October 29, 2014
Price: $ 120