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12.18.15 :: CLOT, Public School, Cypress

12.18.15 :: CLOT, Public School, Cypress

Shure MV88 iOS Stereo Condensor Microphone – Your smartphone becomes more powerful with the help of a clever device from Shure. Besides taking pictures, making videos, and going online your iPhone is now able to record studio-quality sound. The MV88 is a stereo condensor microphone with a lightning connector for on the fly audio recording. The MV88 has a rotating base that allows for countless positions, and ShurePlus app allows you a ton of editing options right on your phone. Whether it’s for vocals, musical instruments, or an interview, the Shure MV88 makes recording a breeze.

Source: Shure


Jordan x Public School Friends and Family Retro 12 – The Air Jordan Retro 12 from Public School is gaining a lot of popularity from the internet for its rarity, but there exists an even more exclusive colorway reserved for friends and family. Featuring a black nubuck and tumbled leather upper, the classic basketball sneaker rests on a contrasting off-white midsole. KITH’s Ronnie Fieg recently showed off the limited sneaker, and there are no plans for a public release.

Source: Ronnie Fieg


CLOT Holiday 2015 – Don’t be fooled by the scantily-clad model, this collection for the Holidays from CLOT is still firmly menswear. Military and luxury are merged for this latest drop, and the piece that best illustrates the theme is the MA-1 flight jacket. In lieu of traditional nylon the jacket is made of wool, and this blend of premium textiles with age-old military design flows onto camouflage patterned corduroy pants. Expect the collection in JUICE stores now, along with select retailers.

Source: CLOT


Cypress Winter 2015 Collection – Haven has been a mainstay in the Canadian menswear market, and next on their journey is their own in-house collection. The second release from Cypress is made for inclement weather and combines technical fabrics with a svelte and slim silhouette. The collection hinges on avante-garde and utility with military-inspired bomber jackets, technical-wool sweaters, and a host of other innovative fabrics.

Source: Haven


Search and State Hooded Riding Sweatshirt – Search and State takes on sportswear from a cyclist’s perspective and updates the eponymous hoodie. Their Hooded Riding Sweatshirt starts with a tapered silhouetted with an athletic fit around the chest and shoulders. Using luxurious Japanese French terry the hoodie is both comfy and durable, and Search and State re-positioned the kangaroo pocket to make reaching your gadgets easier and more ergonomic.

Source: Search and State


Alchemy Equipment Carry-On Bag – Alchemy Equipment creates a duffel for the frequent flyer with their new Carry-On Bag. The large 45 liter bag complies with IATA standards and is made in your choice of lightweight nylon, or a waxed cotton-like Kodra textile. The bottom of the bag is reinforced with a polyurethane to give it a leather look and added protection. YKK zippers are used throughout the bag, and there are loads of compartments for laptops and tablets to water-resistant pockets for toiletries.

Source: Alchemy Equipment


ASICS GEL Lyte Scorpion – ASICS lands another slick colorway inspired by the deadly scorpion. The GEL-Lyte III and GEL-Lyte V both start with a sandy tan base, but boasts bright orange, light green, and red accents. The interior is topped off with a contrasting color and both classic runners are capped off with custom scorpion graphics on the insoles. Look for both of these exclusive runners to drop at select ASICS stockists on New Year’s Day.

Source: Hanon


Ian Connor for Vintage Frames – Fashion icon & stylist Ian Connor can add designer on to his resume after his recent project with Vintage Frames. As part of Vintage Frames latest REMIX capsule Connor takes the classic silhouette of the aviator-style Caviar Vintage Frames and pairs it with 18kt gold frames and clear smoked lenses. Only 50 pieces have been produced and drop online today.

Source: Vintage Frames

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