40s & Shorties Spring 2016 – Streetwear has been largely geared towards men, but 40s & Shorties wants to dispel that myth with their new collection for Spring 2016. The brand still has a heavy line-up of emoji-themed socks, but has also dived heavily into streetwear essentials. The lookbook captures the assortment of graphic T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, underwear, and accessories worn by both men and women.
Nike Air Penny 2 “Miami” – Penny Hardaway never played in Miami, but with Orlando being a stone’s throw away, the possibility was there. Returning this spring is one of most popular Air Penny silhouettes in a gorgeous suede and nubuck black upper. Also featured are bright red piping, a sharp clean white midsole, and a hint of yellow in the Air Max heel unit. This classic basketball sneaker will be available next week with a retail of $150.
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In4mation Spring 2016 – Hawaii is held down by the good people of In4mation, and their collection for Spring 2016 continues to offer a solid foundation on island surf and street. For this new lookbook the brand recruits local surf talent, Alex Pendleton, to showcase the array of graphic T-shirts, fleece, and snapbacks. Matt Ramalho and co-founder Jun Jo are the ones behind the lens. Check out all the wild samplings of Hawaii along with a few designs from their Las Vegas outlet, HNRS.
Tanner Goods with 3Sixteen and Pendleton – Pendleton Woolen Mills supplies the heavy wool for this new collaboration between 3Sixteen and Tanner Goods. Two distinct flannel-weight plaid patterns were chosen and then manufactured by 3Sixteen. The design process was a joint effort, and both colors are made in extremely small quantities. Look for both the cobalt blue and the crimson/navy to retail for $4200 and be available in stores and online.
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LOOPWHEELER for Monocle – LOOPWHEELER has been out of streetwear news after their projects with Nike, but the Japanese brand continues to make some of the best fleece in the world. The Monocle Shop is the latest to tap LOOPWHEELER’s talents across a new “Travel Sweat” collection. The traditional crewneck is outfitted with a new in-sleeve pattern, concealed zip fastening, and subtle LW branding along the sleeve and back. Look for this offering to start in grey, olive, and navy.
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Topo Designs Mountain Messenger – The messenger-style is the quintessential dad accessory, but Topo Designs is looking to flip that stigma around. This Colorado-brand’s latest bag maintains the traditional style, but throws in a load of enhancements. Features include waterproof YKK zippers, multiple internal pockets, removable stabilizing waist strap, internal sleeve fits most 15” laptops, external front pocket, durable daisy chain webbing for securing extra gear, heavy duty plastic hardware, bottom compression straps, and gusseted mesh side pockets that can fit a 32oz Nalgene. Retailing at $150, this capable messenger can fit with dads and everyone else alike.
Wattzuppower Emoji Power Banks – There are a lot of power banks out there to choose from, but none have the pizzazz of the ones being produced by Wattzuppower. This little start-up from California has found a fun and creative way to power up your phones. Using popular emoticons, the brand has created a whimsical line of back-up batteries. From french fries to a smelly piece of poo, the choices are funny and entertaining.
adidas NMD Chukka Black Suede – The NMD from adidas is a runaway success and the sole is being incorporated into a brand new silhouette. The new NMD Chukka sits on top of the Boost and NMD sole with a beautiful suede black upper. Additional details include a heel tab ribbon with the “3-stripe” mark. This premium mid-cut runner is set to drop next Thursday, March 17 at select adidas stockists.