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3.25.16 :: ACRONYM, BAPE, HUF

3.25.16 :: ACRONYM, BAPE, HUF

By Peter

ACRONYM x NEMEN – ACRONYM departs from the monochromatic theme to deliver a splash of color with their latest NEMEN collaboration. Known for their premium Italian-made textiles, NEMEN offers up a high-end gradient print for ACRONYM’s J28-K. The technical jacket is finished with a Japanese membrane and uses a unique dying process that gives each jacket their own unique look.

Source: ACRONYM

 

Supreme x Nike – The full length Air Max sole first arrived in 1997, but it was the Air Max ’98 that perfected that cushy feel. Supreme brings back familiar memories of comfort with a new Nike collaboration. Arriving in two new colorways are a pair of Air Max ’98s that Supreme has taken some design liberties with. The black colorway uses patent leather detailing while the lighter tan uses a faux python print. Both pairs will offer subtle Supreme branding, and be in high demand. Look for these to drop later this Spring and Summer season.

Source: RupturedShop

 

Tomoo Gokita for Stussy Spring 2016 – For Spring, Stussy has teamed up with Japanese artist Tomoo Gokita to offer a small capsule collection. Known for his colorful illustrations, the collection will feature a vibrant take on a series of photographs, along with a few other custom Gokita designs. In addition to five original graphics created specifically for the collection, there will also be a woven poplin button-down shirt. The collection is in Stussy Chapter stores and their online shop now.

Source: Stussy

 

Vans 50th Anniversary Premium Woven Slip-On – Vans is turning fifty and the checkerboard Slip-On made famous by Jeff Spicoli from Fast Times gets an update. The vulcanized sole is usually paired with canvas, but for this round it comes with a premium look. This anniversary edition utilizes a luxurious supple leather that uses contrasting black and white woven strips. At $140 a pair, these should last a bit longer than your usual Slip-Ons.

Source: Vans

 

HUF x Spam – Some argue that Spam may have turned the tide during World War II, and it looks like HUF has the same sort of respect and reverence for the canned meat. For Spring 2016, the skate brand from the Bay Area pays homage to the Hawaiian and military staple with a football jersey, camouflage overshirt, socks, sneakers, and a mesh trucker cap. The capsule collection is in select stores now, along with the HUF online store.

Source: HUF

 

BAPE x Dover Street Market Ginza – Dover Street Market is storming the exclusive market with special projects that run from Supreme to Anti Social Social Club and now BAPE. Using the simple Ape head silhouette, the collection features pocket T-shirts, button-down shirts, and athletic crew-necks that subtly mention DSMG and BAPE in a talk bubble. Look for this collaboration to be sold exclusively at the Dover Street Market’s Ginza location.

Source: DSM

 

TCL 4K with Roku – Televisions that can display 4k content are getting stupid cheap, and one of the largest players in the game is TCL. This lesser known from Asia makes screens for better known brands, and they’re hopping into the market with an affordable S-Series and a higher-end P-Series. At $500, the S-Series offers a 4K display across a 55 inch screen and offers up Roku functionality. The P-Series will be available in 4 different sizes, offers better components, and comes along with a more technical remote.

Source: Amazon

 

Under Armour Curry 2 Easter – Stephen Curry and the Warriors are busy chasing the 1996 Chicago Bulls winning record, but the point guard leaves a little room to celebrate Easter. Dropping this weekend is a special edition of the Curry 2 in a soft grey upper and mixed with a splash of pastel green and hints of gold. Under Armour has taken a page out of Nike’s playbook and will offer this special Easter edition of the Curry 2 for both men and kids.

Source: Renarts

 

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