NikeLab ACG Tech Shirt – The reprise of the Nike ACG imprint shouldn’t have surprised anyone, but the quality of their products definitely have. Just take a look at their latest Tech Shirt. Made from lightweight, water-repellent nylon, the Tech Shirt has a crisp, clean look while built for inclement weather. The shirt also arrives with a contemporary tailored fit, hidden pockets, articulated sleeves, and a placket that conceals the front pockets. Looking good doesn’t come cheap, and the shirt is set to retail for $200.
UNDEFEATED x Beats by D.Dre – Teaming up again with UNDEFEATED is Beats By Dr.Dre, and this round features a special edition of the Powerbeats 2. Using the latest in wireless technology, these in-ear headphones are made specifically for the gym with its sweat resistant materials and adjustable ear hooks. UNDEFEATED has given these collaborative headphones a matte olive green to draw a military-spec look. The headphones will retail for $249 and are set to drop today, July 27, at UNDEFEATED chapter stores and select Apple stockists.
Primitive for PacSun – P-Rod and the team behind Primitive have released another exclusive for PacSun. The streetwear label dives back into floral print and has dubbed the collection the “Bloom” pack. Using a monotone floral print, the pattern is used to dress up streetwear essentials that include a fleece sweater, a baseball jersey, a T-shirt, a tank, and a hat. The “Bloom” pack by Primitive for PacSun is available now at PacSun, as well as online.
ASICS Tiger Gel-Lyte III “Laser Cut” Pack – Nike may have been the first to apply laser cutting into sneakers, but now ASICS is following suit. The new “Laser Cut” pack takes the popular Gel-Lyte III and applies a premium one-piece nubuck upper that has traditional runner patterns laser-etched across. Arriving in a choice of grey and wheat, the sneakers offer a unique approach to a reliable runner.
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Keezel Online Freedom Device – It’s not enough that we have access to the internet anywhere we go if the transmission isn’t secure. Hackers can sniff our sensitive information when you hop on public Wi-Fi, and Keezel has an answer to keep your data locked. The online free device is a pocketable device that sits between the internet and your computer (or smartphone) and creates a encrypted connection that travels through multiple different VPN providers. If your data is important to you, then he Keezel has a suitable answer.
Ural Burn Bag – Ural has been providing motorcycles for Russia’s army, so when they set on making a duffle bag, then you know it can take a beating. The Burn Bag is made in the USA from 20 oz. M34 Tarpaulin fabric that is both water and tear-resistant. In addition to the mil-spec outer layer, the interior is made with equally durable 1000D Cordura. In addition to boasting all these technical textiles, the Burn bag also employs premium Austin Calf Horween leather on the stress points.
Reebok Question OG – It’s been two decades since Allen Iverson rocked the Question in the exclusive 76er colorway. The Reebok Question Low in red/white is back in all its original greatness. Using white tumbled leather uppers, the sneaker sports just a hint of red and is highlighted by the icy blue outsole and the unmistakable “3” on the heel. The Reebok Question OG is available now at select Reebok stockists with a retail of $115.
Crooks & Castles Fall 2015 – Crooks & Castles is slowly moving aspects of their brand closer and closer into luxury, and nothing like a Moncler flip to kick Fall 2015 off. Under the aptly titled “Luxplorer” name, the series uses premium material such as jacquard fleece, wool melton, and poly knits to create casual sportswear pieces. From sweats to quilted jackets the collection is a clean, yet bold. In addition to the collection of menswear, Crooks also comes correct with a nice assortment of accessories, backpacks, carabiners, and duffle bags.