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1.11.16 :: Quartersnacks, Vans, FOG

1.11.16 :: Quartersnacks, Vans, FOG

By Peter

KUAIWEAR Smart Trainer – We’ve all gotten used to the smartwatch and the fitness bands, but KUAIWEAR believes they have the future of sports training. At first glance, KUAI looks like a pair of fancy Bluetooth headphones. However, in addition to providing music, the headset sports biometric sensors measure your heart rate and syncs with your smartphone to track everything else. The data collected can be used to call on a virtual coach that reminds you to push a little harder. In addition to these cool core features, KUAI is waterproof up to three meters for swimmers to listen to some tunes and track their progress in the pool.

Source: KUAIWEAR

 

Vans Old Skool Lo Leather Zip – This isn’t the first time Vans threw some zippers onto the Old Skool, nor is it the first time they paired this with premium leather, but it does seem that this latest collection will be a general release. The classic low cut skate sneaker has a slim silhouette that will be paired with black zippers across the laces—a godsend for all those familiar with the endless number of eyelets found on this iconic model. Dropping in burgundy, olive green, and navy blue, the Old Skool Lo leather zip is set to drop later in 2016.

Source: NiceKicks

 

Quartersnacks x DGK – As one of the few crews that fuck with Supreme regularly, Quartersnacks finally gets a chance at a nice skate collaboration. The skate collective and brand team up with DGK for a series of skate videos, and a small collection of hard and soft goods. At the center is a provocative skate deck and matching graphic T-shirt, along with a sweatsuit set and a polo shirt. The first video showcasing the collection is available now with a few more to drop in the following weeks.

Source: Quartersnacks

 

adidas Primeknit – Nike kept adidas’s Primeknit embroiled in legal mumbo jumbo for nearly a year for good reason—it kicks ass. Similar to the Flyknit, the one-piece construction gives it a superior fit, and now adidas is taking the knitted technology to apparel. The inaugural “Primeknit Pack” begins with an athletic hooded parka and pants combo. Included in the pack are a handful of runners that boast similar details, such as concealed metallic trim. This exclusive collection will be reserved for adidas’s elite Consortium accounts and produced in very limited numbers.

Source: adidas

 

Satechi Pass Through – In Apple’s continual effort in minimalism, the new MacBook 12 is left with nearly no ports. From a design perspective, this makes the laptop look effortlessly seamless—but its anything but practical. Satechi has the answer, with a pass through that offers two SD slots, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB-C port to run your power adapter through. Available in gold, silver, and space grey, the Satechi Pass Through can match your MacBook’s finish.

Source: Satechi

 

Fear of God Fourth Season – Jerry Lorenzo has hit his stride, and after showing he can handle affordable fashion with PacSun, the designer unleashes his “Fourth” collection. Elongated silhouettes is still the central theme in the collection with, over-sized flannels, thick nylon bombers, cozy hotels, and extra-long tees. Japanese men’s fashion publication SENSE also provides looks of Fear of God’s highly anticipated sneaker-military boot hybrid.

Source: SSENSE

 

Parabellum Passport Case – You’re probably aware of the finer things in life if you know about Parabellum. The Los Angeles based leather-crafters is known for their minimal tasteful designs, and their latest will delight the budding jet-setter. Using premium bison leather, Parabellum creates a Passport Case that stores your passport along with special compartments for your credit cards and travel documents. The new Passport Case is offered in a vibrant array of colorways, including red, pumpkin, racing green, navy, black, and burgundy.

Source: Parabellum

 

Nike Air Max CB34 – So Barkley didn’t defeat Godzilla in these, nor could the Suns get past the Spurs, but the Nike Air Max CB34 are still dope. Nike honors one of the best power forwards in the game by re-releasing the CB34 in one of the original colorways. The basketball sneaker arrives with a clean white base that plays excellently to the bits of black, orange, and purple. The iconic sneaker is set to drop Thursday, February 25, at select Nike locations nationwide.

Source: SneakerNews

 

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