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10.19.15 :: Undefeated, BornxRaised, Stussy

10.19.15 :: Undefeated, BornxRaised, Stussy

Undefeated x Burton x Alpha Industries – Undefeated’s penchant for military themes has just been elevated with the help of Burton and Alpha Industries. For Winter 2015 the three brands connect on a capsule collection that blends technical prowess with a string of camouflage flight suits, M65 jackets, bombers, N2B parkas, and a string of snow accessories. The collection also includes goggles, face masks, gloves, and boots to gear up for the slopes; making this one of the more inspiring collaborations of 2015.

Source: Undefeated


Stussy x mastermind JAPAN x Loopwheeler – Stussy strings together another collection with Loopewheeler, and this time they get mastermind JAPAN to jump in. Using the fine premium cotton that Loopwheeler is known for, the constructed hoodies and crewnecks feature the Stussy script logo next to the mastermind cross and skullbones. The collection is set to drop this Friday, October 23, at Stussy Chapter stores across Japan and the US.

Source: Stussy


Vans SK8-Hi MTEThe red and black lumberjack with the hat to match. Vans follows their The North Face collaboration with another winter boot, but this time with more affordable options. The classic silhouette of the SK8-Hi gains a slimmer shape, metal eyelets, leather laces, reinforced flannel collar, and premium Scotchgard®-treated uppers. Expect eight different colorways of this special winter skate sneaker to be available in stores now.

Source: Vans


Xiaomi Ninebot Mini – Christmas is right around the corner and you can believe this “hoverboard” is on everyone’s wishlist. While some options can cost in the upwards of $1000, Xiaomi has an affordable solution. The new Ninebot Mini retails at $315 and can move at up to 16km/h (10 mph), tackle 15 degree hills and run up to 22 km on a single charge. With a weight of 28lbs, it can also be a travel companion for those that hate walking.

Source: Engadget


atmos Lab x Herschel Supply Co. – As Winter approaches, so do the projects, and Herschel Supply Co. goes across the wold to team up with atmos Lab. The Japanese brand and the Vancouver-based accessories maker create a handsome collection of backpacks, duffle bags and pouches that offer heavy black canvas construction with reflective details. The bags also come with waterproof zippers, padded sleeves, and mesh organizers. The collection will range between $35 to $99, and is available now.

Source: atmos Lab


Reebok Classic x BornxRaised – LA streetwear is alive and well with BornxRaised reppin’ the City of Angels with Reebok Classics. The two brands team-up for a capsule collection that blends the BornxRaised handstyle alongside the classic Reebok logo. The collection is set to yield three different colors of the Classic Leather silhouette, and arrive complemented by a custom co-branded graphic T-shirt and BxR crew socks. Expect the collection to drop this Thursday, October 22.

Source: BornxRaised


Sony Vaio Z Canvas – Sony has a lock on the camera scene, and they’re trying to do the same with the PC market through the announcement of the new Vaio Z Canvas. The Japanese brand is taking lessons from Apple’s playbook by designing the svelte tablet/laptop for art and media professionals. Besides the cutting edge Intel i7 processor the tablet/laptop also has a dedicated graphics card, lightweight aluminum casing, HD IPS display, and a special N-Trig Pen with 4 times the pressure sensitivity of the Surface Pro 4.

Source: MobileTechReview


Livestock x Reebok – Canadian sneakerheads know Livestock was one of the first stores to hold down Vancouver. After a few expansions and additional stores, the brand is still going strong, and this round sees them working with Reebok for their own custom colorway of the iconic Ventilator. The runner plays homage to the falling maple leaves of Autumn in a crispy red and burgundy nubuck and suede. Livestock throws in some custom insoles and the Hexalite logo on the heel has been updated to represent the Vancouver-based retailer.

Source: Livestock

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