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Reebok Club C Laceless Mule x Beams

Reebok & Beams reunite once more for another collaborative venture. No strangers to a Club C Beams & Reebok present perhaps their most bold version yet. That arrives bang on time whilst the Mule begins to enjoy a bit of a moment in these territories...Read more

Mizuno 'Artefact' Pack

Mizuno introduces Kizuna, a series of especially curated packs which draw inspiration from the brand’s history and its community. Starting with FW21, the Kizuna packs want to start a conversation on what defines our identity and on how to shape our experiences into our daily...Read more

Mizuno x Nagoya Grampus

Japan. A place where football dresses as it’s played, defined by passion, imagination, risk, and, of course, style. As the J.League continues its adventurous foray into kit design that started almost three decades ago, bringing their brave and bold looks to the world with ‘20J1’,...Read more

Karhu Trampas 'Friendship' Pack'

Finland and Japan have a unique history when it comes to running. Back in the 50s and 60s, the Finns were some of the few foreign athletes to travel and compete at the Fukuoka Marathon. A shared appreciation for distance running became the foundation for...Read more

Mizuno Brand Retrospective

Following a string of great releases from the Japanese company over the last couple of years, as well as our collaboration on the Sky Medal back in February, we wanted to take a dive into the sportswear giants acclaimed past and share their humble beginnings....Read more

Vault by Vans x FDMTL

Vans and Japanese independent denim brand FDMTL collaborate for a third season dropping this week. The collaboration continues to showcase the Japanese brands finest denim constructed on classic Vans Vault models. Similar to previous collaborations between Vans and FDMTL the shoe uppers are produced with FDMTL’s...Read more

Alpha Industries Japan Dragon Souvenir Jacket

Originating in post-WWII Japan, souvenir jackets were commissioned by occupying American soldiers to commemorate their time overseas and included bright, ornately hand-crafted designs, mixing both Eastern and Western themes. Read more

New Balance M1300JP2

The New Balance M1300 first appeared in 1985. Since 1995, the shoe has been released in its original form and colourway every five years, exclusively for the Japanese Market; dubbed the M1300JP. In 2010, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the original release, the shoes...Read more