Since its inception, the Nike Sock Dart has grown from cult favorite to certified classic. Born in 2002 from Tobie Hatfield’s desire to rethink the combination of footwear components, the shoe initially released in Japan in 2004 and quickly became a collector’s item. Essential to the shoe’s aesthetic success was its computerized knit upper — the first step in the innovation now known as Nike Flyknit.
Japanese retailer BEAMS teams up with Reebok for another collaborative project, this time on the Workout Low Clean.
The NikeLab Air Max 1 Flyknit Men’s Shoe remixes the revolutionary icon with a low-top profile and lightweight Flyknit upper for premium, everyday comfort.
Diadora present two Camo iterations of two of their most popular heritage silhouettes, the N9000 and V7000.
The NikeLab Air Max 90 Flyknit Men’s Shoe remixes the revolutionary icon with a low-top profile and lightweight Flyknit upper for premium, everyday comfort.
Black Scale’s graphic language is steeped in symbolism. Religion, government, identity and death are key motifs, all wrapped up with suitably gothic typography and imagery. Through the prism of fashion, the brand’s outsider manifesto encourages consumers to question everyday society and decipher the world objectively, disregarding the status quo in the process.
A faithful stitch-by-stitch reproduction of the 1991 Gazelle, these shoes are built with suede for a vintage look.
Originally built for the basketball court over 30 years ago, the Nike Dunk quickly spread to the streets and became one of the most recognizable sneaker silhouettes anywhere.
One of the most widely- appreciated Diadora models of all time, the N9000 II is characterised by its retro style, and re-imagines the original forms and materials used on the brand’s running shoes in the 90s.
adidas present their annual “Chinese New Year” pack, this year appearing on the Stan Smith, Superstar 80s and Tubular Radial silhouettes celebrating The Year of the Rooster.