Supreme Fall/Winter 2015 – With partners like Playboy, Schott, and Champion, it’s tough to ignore Supreme as the epitome of streetwear. The New York boutique caters to those who appreciate quality, and their Fall and Winter collection for Fall 2015 shows the brand is still on top of their shit. From a leather and twill coaches jacket to fur collar wool coats, the brand has the outerwear game strong, and the cut-and-sew isn’t too shabby either. There’s also a strong athletic sweats collection, and the accessories run the gamut from interesting to irreverent.
Cotopaxi Luzon 18L Daypack – Cotopaxi likes to make durable goods, while lending a hand in third world countries. Contributing a part of their proceeds to charity has always been part of their game plan, and now they have a interesting daypack proudly made in the Philippines. The new Luzon Del D'ia is a packable and durable bag, that is screaming with color. The bags are made from repurposed ripstop nylon and no two are alike. The bags also come with an internal hydration sleeve, and makes a perfect adventure pack.
Crawling Death x Toothtaker – Crawling Death has built a reputation for constructing durable hats in America, and applying some rowdy patches. The latest project involves artwork by Isaiah Toothtaker across a bold navy blue snapback. The “Don’t Care”snapback features an embroidered patch with a high front crown, and braid. The hat is available now for $49 from the Crawling Death site.
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Common Projects Track Shoes – The lesson to take away from Common Projects’ latest Track Shoes is to stay in your lane. This luxury sneaker company has made a name for itself by taking classic silhouettes and applying premium materials. Their recent boots have also been a hit, and now they’re getting pretty ambitious with the Track Shoes. From some angles, it looks like Common Project lopped off the outsole from some Reebok Classics and simply glued them on. The uppers use leather and mesh to give it an athletic aesthetic, but it is incredibly difficult to ignore the glaring soles. They look like rubber heels that you find on hiking boots your mom got. Maybe it’s just the stark contrast between the black uppers and the white uppers that give the Track Shoes this off-putting look, but I am hopeful that other colorways will turn the Track Shoes around.
Uniqlo Bike Friendly Denim – Sweat and chafing is a big problem when it comes to cycling. Denim certainly doesn’t help the cause, but Uniqlo believes they may have a solution. The affordable Japanese brand has created Miracle Air fabric, a textile that is light, stretchy, and durable. These bike friendly jeans will be engineered in three different cuts, and will be available in an assortment of washes.
SNEEZE 2015 Summer Logo T-Shirt – Following the A$AP Rocky “Excuse Me” issue for Summer 2015 is a logo T-shirt from SNEEZE. The magazine has a devoted number of fans and has created a simple ash gray tee with the brand logo across the chest. The tees are 100% cotton and are sourced from the same people who manufacture T-shirts for Supreme. The tees are all made in America, and is available now directly from the SNEEZE website for $25.
HUF Fall 2015 Delivery 2 -HUF got started with their Fall collection early, and it’s time for their second delivery. The skate brand straddles itself comfortably between premium and street with reversible satin jackets and a slew of graphic T-shirts. The collection also continues its infatuation with workwear and military aesthetic. Look for the collection to be available now at HUF locations, and their respective stockists.
ASICS GEL-Lyte V Gore-Tex – As winter weather approaches so are thunderstorms and persistent showers. Nothing is better than combating inclement weather than Gore-Tex. This miracle textile is being implemented into the latest line of runners from ASICS. The GEL-Lyte V silhouette is being upgraded with this waterproof and breathable material, and ASICS went in on the details. The retro runner comes with a sleek black upper with aquamarine detailing, and a beautiful light grey speckled midsole. A Gore-Tex branding tag sits on the heel, and ASICS throws in some rope laces to further encourage the outfitting aesthetic.