adidas Busenitz Pro Pure Boost – One of the best silhouettes that is benefiting from the adidas Boost sole has been the Busenitz Pro. This soccer-inspired skate shoe has a sleek classic sneaker look that is accented by an extended tongue and a thick Boost sole. The latest colorway arrives in a fresh white and works perfectly with the lightweight and ventilated upper. Here are a pair of beaters that work just as well in the gym as it does on your skateboard.
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RZR Shaving – As a self-proclaimed cheap motherfucker, I hate overpaying for anything. Expensive triple or quad-blade razors are some of the worst offenders, and now there may be a solution. RZR is a company that takes all the bells and whistles out of the modern blade and relies on a simple metal alloy blade system. The result is a razor with a smooth titanium handle, and may never need replacing. In fact, RZR is so sure this is the last razor you’ll ever buy that it gives it a lifetime warranty.
Parra x Oedipus Brewing – Parra joins the ranks of Benny Gold and has his work featured on the latest Pale Ale from Oedipus Brewing. The special India Pale Ale is crafted by Oedipus Brewing to coincide with the ongoing Top-Up Store at Amsterdam’s Ben-G Skateshop. The limited edition receives a custom piece from the Dutch artist, and will be complemented by co-branded bottle openers, keychains, and pint glass.
Supreme x Sasquatchfabrix – Supreme has shared a storied past with the land of the rising sun. What once began has a one-side exchange of skate and street culture has now become an equal partnership with Supreme teaming up with Japan’s Sasquatchfabrix. Established in 2003, Sasquatchfabrix is known for mixing Western and traditional Japanese culture, and this round sees an extended menswear collection that consists of a Hanten Coat, Hanten Shirt, Chino Pant, Hakama Short, Long Sleeve T-Shirt, Short Sleeve T-Shirt, a Slip-On Shoe, Crane Crusher, and Folding Fan. Look for this Supreme exclusive to drop this Thursday, April 14.
Concepts x ’47 – Concepts’ “City Rivalry” pack started with sneakers and moves on to snap-back baseball caps. The collection coincides with the Boston Red Sox’s home opener and will feature a trio of caps made by ’47. Two caps follow the popular “dad” design, while another uses the traditional snap-back form. In addition to the caps there will be a Concepts-branded pennant. The collection drops today in the Concepts store along with the online shop.
Period Correct x Modernica – Two different passions are brought together with this latest project from Period Correct. The Costa Mesa-store’s love for cars is applied with their fascination with modern furniture through this limited edition with Modernica. The Side Shell Chair was created in 1948 and has been a sign of simple and savvy design for decades. For this project the seat is wrapped in a photo-realistic print of the legendary 16-cylinder engine found in the prototype Porsche 917.
Oakley Pitchman R – Oakley is better known for creating their own frame designs, but prescription looks are very different from sunglasses. Things are switched up with the Pitchman as Oakley uses a classic rounded look and updates it with high-tech earstems. The prescription frames are also extremely light and feature a new Hollowpoint hinge inspired by hub-less motorcycle wheels.
Nike Stefan Janoski Max Triple Red – The Jansoki Max came out to great fanfare, but has waned recently because of the proliferation of colors. This unique colorway steps back into glory with a new all red colorway. The new Triple Red Janoski Max arrives with a lightweight ventilated upper in University Red, and paired with striking red shoelaces and a sharp red outsole.