To celebrate their 10 year anniversary Vancouver born, wings+horns, released a slew of one-of-a-kind collaborations. Even though they are done celebrating they continue to impress with a new collaboration with adidas Consortium, a sneaker concept by adidas Originals that offers some of the most premium and limited-edition footwear.
The inspiration for their collaborative Stan Smiths comes from the West Point Academy football team. The sneakers, which are showcased in grey and black, are meant to complement the apparel collection. Both are crafted from premium leather with small indentations making up the three stripes logo. Finally, the suede adds texture to the already handsome sneaker.
For those who may not know, Reebok is celebrating 25 years of their Ventilator sneaker. To celebrate to occasion, the footwear brand is releasing a number of collaborative pieces. One of our favourites is with Japanese accessories brand, Head Porter.
The Ventilator is seen in a metallic silver leather with light mesh on the toebox. Meanwhile, the black detailing on the side, along with a white midsole to add contrast. Finally, Head Porter branding is stamped on the tongue and insole.
The Head Porter x Reebok Ventilator will become available at select Reebok stores this Summer.
Take a look at the collaborative footwear collection from White Mountaineering and adidas Originals for Spring/Summer 2016. It comprises of 10 pieces, centred around five key adidas styles: BW Army, Supergrip, ZX 500 HI, Formel 1 and Energy Boost, which makes its debut in the adidas Originals by White Mountaineering collection for SS16.
All styles come in white and night navy, and have been modified by Aizawa using either premium cow leather or engineered synthetic leather. Take a look at some of our favourites sneakers from the collection above!
Alexander McQueen the flair for taking elements of subculture and turning them into items of luxury. The upper is made from calf leather that exhibits a smooth white and black shine. While the chunky oversized rubber sole offers all day comfort. Finer details include perforated air hole detail, lid leather lining and 7 hole metal eyelets, along with Alexander McQueen logo on tongue and back counter.
This tonal version of the Jack Purcell sneaker is one of the best we’ve seen so far. The upper is constructed from a premium suede upper, while the toe box and branding is detailed with similar grey accents. What are your thoughts on this piece?
When Sebago’s Docksides were introduced in 1970, they were instant classics and have stayed relevant throughout the years. For 2015, these particular Docksides are constructed from Neoprene material that is lightweight and water-resistant. Above are our favourite colourways of the piece!
After a long wait and many pictures surfacing online, the next adidas Originals and Kanye West sneaker has been revealed. It’s called the Yeezy Boost 350. The low top sneaker features a grey-melange Primeknit upper that is well-shaped for your foot. While their extremely comfortable BOOST sole provides extra comfort. The overall design adheres to Kanye West’s contemporary casual style as of late.
Available June 27th in limited quantities a select retailers. You can also exclusively reserve the sneakers through adidas’ confirmed app, if you are in the New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles area.
These Neil Barrett derby shoes are a cool mix of construction boot with a formal appearance. Thanks to the vibram soles and silver hardware that give the piece a rugged look. The upper is crafted from handsome black leather and finished with a contrasting white stripe.
Porter and adidas Origials have collaborated to craft a one-of-a-kind Stan Smith, which is made in honour of Tokyo’s Yoshida Kaban 80th anniversary. The upper is made with a combination of premium leather, while the interior is line with Porter’s signature orange nylon. As for the finishing touches, there is custom branding at the tongue and a co-branded sock liner.
The classic red, white and blue, colourway of the Nike Cortez is being revamped by NikeLab. This version sits atop a Roshe sole, while premium leather makes up the upper. More updates include a leather heel tab, a rubber toe guard, and a vintage-treated tongue. Further, retro branding such as the BRS insignia serve as nods to the original sneaker.
Available Thursday, June 18 at NikeLab and select NikeLab locations.