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7.10.15 :: 10.Deep, fragment, {ie

7.10.15 :: 10.Deep, fragment, {ie

By Peter

10.Deep 2015 Summer “VCTRY” Lookbook – I can’t help but think of Kevin Dillion’s Johnny “Drama” chase streaming as Tarvold when I see the words “VICTORY,” but there’s no doubt 10.Deep is owning these words with their drop. The summer delivery continues to show 10.Deep’s appreciation and understanding of sportswear. Instead of flipping logos, adjusting fonts, and borrowing from the past, 10.Deep has created their own interpretation. From the muted colors to the custom graphics, the collection explores modern textiles while integrating 10.Deep’s interpretation of sportswear design.

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fragment design x NikeLab – When the first Roshe LD-1ooo released, I was ecstatic. Nike and fragment design did something right when the blended the silhouette of the classic Cortez with the modern Roshe Run. A few colorways later and the concept has grown stale and boring. Nike continues to try to capitalize off of Cortez nostalgia by offering colors reminiscent of the original, but they neglect the differences in price. The LD-1000 is priced nearly double that of the Cortez, and the difference in performance is marginal at best. Now they’ve brought fragment design back into the fold, and fans get another recycled obsidian colorway. No thanks.

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{illustrated example Tank – Summer is the pay-off for all that dieting and hours at the gym. It’s time to bear arms, and tank tops are ideal to battle the raging heat. {illustrated example offers a twist on the trusty tank by blending two different textiles. While color-blocking has been all the rage, this tank blends a tonal color against a heathered cotton. Throw in a contrast hem, some side seam stitching, and flatlock seam finishing and you got a summer essential that looks and feels different from the rest.

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Stussy LA IST Pocket Tee – Graphic T-shirts are the hallmark of a streetwear brand, and Stussy has a way with taking prints and honoring a city. The LA IST Pocket Tee may look like the typical tee, but run your fingers through the tee and you’ll notice the heft. The pocket T-shirt uses 100% premium cotton and has “LOS ANGELES” printed across the front. A small Stussy logo runs along the hemline, and the right sleeve has an American flag embroidered across.

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Star Wars x Nixon – San Diego’s Comic Con is coming, and everyone is getting into the festivities with Star Wars taking a huge lead. Besides the countless projects already announced, Star Wars has teamed up with SoCal-based Nixon on a collection of Star Wars-inspired timepieces. Look for the popular Nixon Ranger to take on the qualities of a Stormtrooper in a crispy clean matte white, along with a contrasting black ranger that draws on the Imperial Pilot. Both pieces feature ezel geometry, custom hour and minute hands, and an imperial marker at the 12 o’clock position. The watches measure in at 44mm and will be powered by a Japanese 3 hand quartz movement.

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New Balance 577 “Napes” – Drawing upon vintage mountaineering is New Balance and their new “Napes” pack. The Napes Needle is one of the most challenging rock pinnacles and New Balance throws some 577 runners that capture the aesthetic of those who brave the mountains. Arriving in bold colors and high-quality suede and ripstop are a pair of running shoes that are ready for your next run in the woods. New Balance picks some solid colors and accurately captures the sort of whimsical wackiness that comes with mountaineering fashion.

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Fidelis GTG – “GTG” is the military abbreviation for “Good to Go” and that’s exactly what this duffle does. This hefty weekender is ready for any adventure with its 1680D ballistic nylon and the constructed black waxed canvas. The interior is lined with ripstop and come with a ton of cushioned compartments to safely stow camera equipment and electronics. There are also hidden dry storage pockets to ensure your things stay nice and dry. The GTG Weekender is available now for $225.

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Reach Go – Those with the fancy new MacBook have a new option to charge. The Reach Go charging bank arrives with a USB-C charging port for the MacBook, but unlike other chargers, the Reach Go does it at full speed. The competition does it over an elapsed time while the REach Go can charge the MacBook at the rated voltage. It also serves to charge other devices with its USB ports, and can also be used as an additional USB hub.

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