All Good Fall 2016 – While most streetwear brands from California are inspired by skate and surf culture, All Good loves the outdoors. Their products have a street sensibility, but are tuned for the great outdoors. Their latest collection is a nice blend of casual essentials and technical textiles, making it accessible for those who like streetwear and the casual hike in the woods. Keep an eye out for this adventurous collection when it drops in the upcoming month.
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adidas Originals by White Mountaineering – adidas has been on a roll for 2016 and things don’t seem to be slowing down. For their Fall and Winter Collection, White Mountaineering works with adidas to correct a couple of collaborative sneakers along with a technical collection of apparel. The street-inspired designs also come with a great respect for the outdoors with cuts and functions meant for utility. Expect the high-fashion brand and sneaker giant to debut the rest of the collection in the coming weeks.
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Kami Wooden Mug by Ukiyo Home – Coffee becomes so boring when it is served in the usual ceramic mug. For those that want something different, they can try one hand-shaped by master woodmaker Tkahashi Kougei. The wooden mug is handmade from rare Castor Aralia tree grown in Hokkaido, and then is smoothed down to 2 milimeters thick in the course of four weeks. The mugs hold about 9 ounces and are lightweight and resistant to drops and breaks.
Converse Jack Purcell Carnivorous Print – The Jack Purcell is a classic in the pantheon of Converse sneakers, and for this summer it returns in two new colorways. Inspired by vintage botanical textbooks, the “Carnivorous Print” collection uses ad light and dark colorways with drawings from century old textbooks. In addition to the unique print, the shoes will also include leather lining, Nike Zoom Air technology, and an Ortholite sockliner. Look for this exclusive collection to be available at Converse First String retailers.
Herschel Supply Company ApexKnit Collection – Everyone is getting into the knit game and the latest to play with the technical material is Herschel Supply Company. As part of their pricier BHW collection, the new ApexKnit is used across the Dayton and Lawson daypack, and the Network pouch. The bags are lighter than typical canvas and are also more durable because of the use of 600D high-tensile yarn. The woven technique also allows the bag to use a gradient pattern in black, grey, and orange.
HUF x Chocolate for Keenan Milton – The untimely passing of Keenan Milton has been a heartfelt loss for the skate community, and Chocolate Skateboards wants to pay respect to their former teammate. The fitting “Forever” collection will be a collaborative effort with personal friend, Keith Hufnagel and the HUF Brand. Expect the collection to include a graphic T-shirt, varsity jacket, sweatpants, and dad hats. The collection will debut August 4 at the HUF NYC store on Keenan’s birthday.
A Bathing Ape x Godzilla – Summer blockbuster Godzilla Resurgence is right around the corner and A Bathing Ape (BAPE) is looking to celebrate the giant monster. BAPE takes images of the ferocious Gojira and places it across four separate T-shirt designs with two using archive film images and another two using a red and black camouflage print. The collection will drop at BAPE stores this Sunday, July 24.
Native Shoes Monaco Collection – The classic silhouette of the Court shoe is the latest focus for Native. Taking on both the high-cut and the low-cut shape, the Monaco collection is incredibly lightweight and arrives with special microfiber uppers. The shoes are extremely easy to clean—some warm water and mild soap is all that is necessary to remove dirt and scuffs. Native is debuting the sneaker is a gamut of colors and prices starts at $75.