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12.28.15 :: Concepts, Crescent Down Works, Futura

12.28.15 :: Concepts, Crescent Down Works, Futura

By Peter

Crescent Down Works x {illustrated example – Crescent Down Works has been making cold-winter gear out of Seattle with great success, and they have recently teamed up with Vancouver’s {illustrated example. These Pacific Northwest brands team up to create a diamond-quilted bomber jacket. Featuring 100% goose down and a two-tone color, the jacket is expedition ready, but designed for a cold night on the town.

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Concepts x Period Correct – Boston’s Concepts finally makes their way out west, and gather some momentum with the help of West Coast Natives Period Correct. The two brands met this past Friday to kick off the Concepts grand opening and add a couple of co-branded long- and short-sleeve graphic T-shirts. There are also a couple of hoodies, and a snapback baseball cap. Catch the collection exclusively at the Costa Mesa store, or the online shop.

Source: Concepts

 

Medicom Toy Flower Bomber – The iconic 2-D graffiti art of Banksy makes a convoluted entry into collectible figurines. Working with United Kingdom’s anti-advertising agency Brandalism, Japanese toy manufacturer Medicom Toy creates a 360mm tall figurine from polystone. Designed by PERFECT-STUDIO, the miniature reproduction has the same white likeness to the original with a colorized bouquet of flowers. The Flower Bomber is available for pre-order now until the 10th of January, and delivery will take place in May.

Source: Medicom Toy

 

Air Jordan 4 Retro Alternate – One of the best silhouettes from the library of Retro Jordans has got to be the 4. From the mesh quarter panels to the winged lacelets, the basketball sneaker has a unique look that is further emboldened by the new two-tone colorway. The new Alternate colorway is a previously unreleased color from the late eighties that starts with a clean white base that is contrasted by a fire red. The simple look is set to drop next week, January 2.

Source: Livestock

 

Booq Slimpack – Lugging around expensive camera gear can get extra difficult when there’s other pricey computer gear to consider. Booq not only finds a way to get it all to fit, but does it in a stylish slim style. The versatile bag has room for 1-2 bodies, about 4 mid-size lenses, tripod, MacBook, and tablet. Using multiple compartments, gear can be reached from a top access, side, or rear. There’s even a removable rain poncho that comes in handy when it starts pouring.

Source: Booq

 

Futura x A Bathing Ape – New York graffiti artist Futura has had a firm presence in streetwear that’s stretched nearly three decades, and A Bathing Ape (BAPE) does the legend right with a new project. Modeled by Metro Boomin, the collection consists of the classic BAPE snowboard jacket, shark hoodie and a series of fantastic accessories. Futura’s inventive shapes and graphics are littered throughout the pieces, and integrates with familiar BAPE designs perfectly. The collection is expected to drop in select retailers in early 2016.

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HP Pavilion x2 – The laptop tablet hybrid is a tough niche to crack, and HP may have found the right medium at an affordable price. The new Pavilion x2 is a 10 inch laptop that has a great battery life, gorgeous HD display, and runs Windows 10. Powered by a dual-core Intel Celeron, the tablet handles web surfing and Office programs with a breeze. With a weight of 1.3 pounds, the laptop can be a bit lighter, but for $300 it’s a tough bargain to beat.

Source: HP

 

adidas Busenitz Pro Mid – Dennis Busenitz’s Pro model is one of the best looking sneakers in the adidas skateboarding line-up thanks to its indoor soccer DNA. The low-cut has recently been updated with a mid-cut sole for a little added ankle protection. In addition to the extra length, adidas threw in a GEOFIT collar for a nice padded feel. The new mid-cut version of the adidas Busentiz Pro is available now and retails for $85.

Source: Premier

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