Fear of God x PacSun Collection One Delivery Two – The first drop for Jerry Lorenzo’s partnership with PacSun was recieved with much praise, and second delivery is dropping just in time for Christmas. Collection One sold out in stores and online within hours and many of the silhouettes reprise in new colors. Look for the military-inspired releases to include a Raglan Bomber Jacket, Plaid Shacket, Sleeveless Zip Hoodie, Raglan Pullover Hoodie, Long Sleeve Waffle Knit Henley Shirt, Waffle Knit Leggings, Basic T-Shirt, Drawstring Shorts. Be ready when the collection drops this Wednesday, December 23.
Kentax for POOL aoyama x fragment design – Hiroshi Fujiwara’s concept store the POOL aoyama turns up an excellently priced accessory for the hilidays. Teaming up with Japan-based military watch maker Kentex, the collaboration turns up a classic timepiece with a traditional mil-spec dial. The watch is available in stainless steel or black and sits on a nylon NATO strap. Powered by a reliable Japanese quartz, the watch is available now with a retail of $149.
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Westcomb Down-Filled Blaze Shirt – Winter warmth is delivered quickly in Westcomb’s latest down-filled blaze shirt. A slim and svelte design is maintained by the use of a luxurious 900 goose fill down. The exterior is water-repellent thanks to the Pertex Quantum shell, the jacket overall lightweight, exceptionally warm, and ready for the coldest climates.
adidas Busenitz Grey – Skate legend Dennis Busenitz took the classic silhouette of a indoor soccer sneaker to create one of the best selling skate shoes in the adidas line-up. Appearing in multiple colorways, the latest drop with get Jordan enthusiasts hyped. The grey leather uppers are accented with black and white detailing best remembered on the Jordan 4 “Cement.” This memorable colorway is available in stores now and retails for $80.
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Brandblack “Strangebattlefields” Apparel Collection – Brandblack gains some momentum in sportswear with a new apparel collection dubbed “Strangebattlefields.” The collection is reminiscent of the technical prowess found across Nike’s premium NSW and Tech Fleece line with color-blocking, chevron cuts, and water-sealed zippers. The lookbook is shown off with the help of LA Galaxy’s Sebastian Lletget, and offers another facet of an up-and-coming brand.
Postalco Hammer Duffel Bag – While most duffles are canvas or leather, Postalco switches things up with their new Hammer series. Using a proprietary nylon, these handmade bags are made in small batches in Japan and are lightweight while still being incredibly strong. The bags are strengthened by a suspension bridge-inspired custom webbing. In addition to being light and durable, the bags are water resistant with pricing that starts around $400.
Concepts x New Balance – Blends Costa Mesa is getting some company as Concepts in Boston opens another store on the left coast. To celebrate the new store, New Balance offers up a special edition of the 998. Dropping the day after Christmas at the store opening are a pair of runners dubbed the “Grand Tourer.” Using a beige and gray base a splash of red, a bit of soft green, and carbon fiber heel plates give the shoe a sunny California look.
Razer Leviathan Mini Sound Bar – Razer is better known for creating computer accessories, but they managed to cram some beefy sound into their new Leviathan Mini sound bar. The Bluetooth speaker is meant to pair with your television to improve the sound and has the right hardware to be paired with other speakers to create an immersive 5.1 surround sound system. The Leviathan Mini is able to deliver some impressive sound in a small package thanks to two 12-watt drivers.