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6.24.16 :: Domio, Grizzly, Period Correct

6.24.16 :: Domio, Grizzly, Period Correct

By Peter

Etnies x Grizzly – Etnies and Grizzly both have a grounded history in skate that makes their union the perfect blend of function and utility. For summer 2016, the two brands come together to work on a collaborative sneaker that can withstand the abuse that comes with skating, and along the way they add some soft goods. Look for a trio of skate sneakers along with co-branded coaches jacket, graphic T-shirt, and a summer-ready boonie hat. The capsule collection between Etnies and Grizzly is available in stores now.

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Period Correct – Period Correct’s love for motorsports turns another corner this summer by working with Stand 21 on a pair of racing gloves. Worn by professional drivers across the globe, Stand 21 takes their Daytona Outside Seam II and customizes it exclusively for Period Correct. The gloves have over 45 years of history and are made-to-measure to ensure the perfect fit. Period Correct has proven that their affinity for motorsports is not fleeting and this project with Stand 21 proves that projects are a labor of love for the Costa Mesa store.

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JJ Watt Signature Cross-Trainer – Whether you like the Houston Texans or not, there is no denying the impact JJ Watt has on the game. The relentless defensive end finally gets his signature sneaker from Reebok and it has been tuned for performance. Taking the years of research and development Reebok has done with Crossfit the sneaker employs a low-profile design with heaps of cushioning and superior outsole traction. This sneaker is made to move, turn, and explode—just like Watt’s game. Expect the cross-trainer to retail for a modest $99.99 with a release date in mid-July.

Source: Reebok

 

Domio – Packed into this puck-sized device is the future of audio for action sports. Domio is a Bluetooth device that attaches to your helmet and delivers pulse-driving sounds without the need to headphones, ear-buds, or any additional monitor system. Domio uses sophisticated bone conduction technology to deliver an immersive 360-degree sound straight into your helmet. Simply pair Domio with your smartphone and attach Domio to your helmet and it’s ready to go. Domio is available for pre-order now for $69, but will eventually raise it’s price to $89 after the first thousand are sold. It’s a bargain when you consider the ease of dropping into a run with a dope soundtrack, and not worrying about your earbuds popping out.

Source: Domio

 

Mountain Standard – Outdooring backpacks tend to come in an assortment of colors. From muted earth tones to loud prints and colors, there often isn’t an option for those that like to go stealth. Mountain Standard is looking to change that with a series of backpacks perfect for the outdoor ninja. Made from mil-spec Cordura and ripstop, the collection puts black against black, and even keeps the waterproof zippers in the stealthy color.

Source: Mountain Standard

 

KITH 4th of July Capsule – KITH channels the road side drug store for their latest capsule collection. The small collection pays homage to July 4th and uses red, white, and blue across athletic tops and fleece shorts. The American flag and “USA” in large appliqué is stitched across jersey tops and athletic shorts. There are also lightweight mesh pieces for consideration, along with an assortment of watches.

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Miir × Gear Patrol Vacuum Insulated Bottle – With summer heat rising, it’s even more important to stay cool. A vacuum insulated bottle is a marvel at keeping hot drinks hot and cold beverages icy cool. Miir’s expertise in design has them making a custom bottle for Gear Patrol, with the the container featuring stainless steel construction, powder-coated design, a blaze orange cap, and subtle laser etching. The bottle is capable of holding 23 ounces and is available for $28 now.

Source: Gear Patrol

 

Pigalle x NikeLab – I know these better as the Air Carnivore, but even with a name chance to Air Unlimited these high-cut sneakers are still a beast. The latest edition has Nike lending the wild design to Pigalle in Paris and turning the technical basketball into an all white masterpiece. Worn by likes of David Robinson and Chris Webber, the Unlimited was made for the big man, but avante-garde design has made the Unlimited into a fashion accessory. Look for this exclusive between NikeLab and Pigalle to drop tomorrow, June 25, at NikeLab Paris.

Source: Nike

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