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Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low

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Last month, Supreme unveiled a first look at its Air Force 1 Low silhouette in collaboration with Nike. As the release date quickly approaches, the New York-based brand has finally released official images of the highly-anticipated sneaker.

Three Years after the legendary iteration of air force 1 low with “Comme DES Garçons“, Nike has worked on another release made exclusively for Supreme, the shoe features a full-grain leather upper with perforated leather toe panel, co-branded footbed and lace lock, and debossed printed logo at heel. The Air Force 1 Low will be offered in two color ways.

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The Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low in “White” and “Black” retail for $96 each. Available in Supreme stores and online beginning March 5th. Available in Japan stores and online beginning March 7th.

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Hermès Release “Savana Dance” Roller Skate Sneakers

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French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer Hermès has released a 2-in-1 pair of roller skate sneakers. The inventive and luxurious part of its “Savana line” of sporting goods,  features a clever 2-in-1 system where the wheel portion of the skates can be taken off with their quick-lock system.

The sneaker is made of white calfskin with leather lining, fitted to a maple wood platform.

The base itself, is rooted to those old school roller-disco , whipped on “Krypto Impulse” wheels which are quite generic wheels and are not that fancy as of the standard of luxury goods.

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The versatile kicks can however be worn on their own and can also let you ride through the city to escape the looting with class.

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Another Take On the “Space Hippie” Air Jordan 1 High Zoom Surfaces

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Following the reveal of their Nike‘s “Space Hippie” collection, another take on the latest Air Jordan 1 High Zoom has surfaced.

While not much is known about the kick itself, the self-sustainable design inspired by what could be a good fit for walking on Mars. with a knit upper  made from Space Waste yarn, a dark grey recycled polyester constructed of recycled plastic bottles plus T-shirt and yarn scraps the sneaker could most likely be viewed as eco-friendly for activists – Just Kiddin’, environmental activists wear crocks and are assaulting tuna fishers in the Indian ocean.


Accented contrast with thin red stitching, black panels and exposed padding, the shoe is constructed of a new material called Crater Foam, which is a blend of standard Nike foams and 15 percent Nike Grind rubberThe reduction in virgin material gives a lower carbon footprint and the Nike Grind granules create a really unique texture and color mix on every midsole.”

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The sneaker should be released on August 12 for a retail price of $175.

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$500K Damages & Stolen property …Cool Kicks L.A Looted!!!

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Video was posted showing the extent of the damaged caused by looters to the Cool Kicks store in L.A. Altogether destruction and stolen properties could add up to half a million dollars.

Cool Kicks L.A. is a popular store in Los Angeles as of the extent of their shoe collection, their prices well below market price but also for their Youtube Vlogs flaunting the extensive selection, their massive buy outs, and more recently famous quests coming to shop at the stores such as Lil Uzi Vert who went there last week to see what was up at the shop.

Unfortunately these kind of store have turn out to be the go-to destination for young looters – among the George Floyd protests- a target of choice for teenagers who see the mayhem of the now turned ugly peaceful protest as an easy way to get their hands on some of the most hyped and coveted pieces of their favorite brands.

In the IG video, we can see that not much is left of what was stored in the flagship but CK’s owner makes it clear that he is a 100 % behind the movement, despite it turning sour for the ressell entity.

In the extensive footage, we can see that pretty much all there’s left are the left feet of the pairs of kicks that looter haven’t take the time to pair with their other half stored at the back.

As of this week, all hype stores became the target of extensive vandalism, such as Flight Club, Icebox, and Supreme‘s store …

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