Stussy steez with a touch of Supreme. I like them.
On sale at Stussy stores this Friday.
I must have been sleeping last week because I forgot to post these pics of the NB event in Asia. The sneakers, concept shop and pics are all really well done. The sneakers will be available next week at select U.S. shops. Read more about it at Nicekicks.com, or check out the rest of the pics after the break.
“The former second baseman went to work for “the Boss” in August 1975; the two would later butt heads over bringing on outfielder Reggie Jackson — together, they formed a trio of volatile egos. Though the tension calmed enough for the Yankees to take the 1977 World Series, the following season came to a head when Martin told reporters Jackson and Steinbrenner deserved each other because “one’s a born liar and the other’s convicted.” The comment ended Martin’s first stint as Yankees manager. It was the first of five total hirings and firings for Martin. Steinbrenner was rumored to have been considering hiring him again in 1989 when Martin was killed in a car accident on Christmas Day.”
More pics of Steinbrenner and Martin after the break.
I don’t seem to wear dunks that much anymore, but red suede with gum bottom is pretty legit.
There’s also talk of the Dunk being re-designed and re-released for sb.
“This shoe feels so light that you could be mistaken for thinking there’s something missing, but it looks like all things superfluous have been amputated, while the sole unit gets the most dramatic tweaks. A Phylon sole is an established Nike method of trimming crucial grams from a runner, but it does the job here too. As well as being cored, to add an extra level of detailing and free up more weight, the tread on the outsole is completely altered too. Pressure points have been eliminated, but the most immediate alteration to the Dunk Pro is the level of flex it offers—you can bend it in half and it pops back to its original silhouette. Just as the new Paul Rodriguez models have the hot-knife style grooves in the vein of Free technology, this shoe operates with the same level of freedom.”
Get ready for some FUNK! This is Prince at age 19, and is funky as hell. You absolutely MUST download this. Prince, Andre Cymone And Bobby Z Recorded instrumentals in the rehearsal room of Owen Husney’s Loring Park office. They sound like well-crafted compositions rather than spur-of-the-moment jams. The tracks feature keyboards (Prince), Bass (Andre), Drums (Bobby Z).