Gosha Rubchinskiy x Reebok “Red Special” Collection – fragment Japan may have just been dethroned by Gosha Rubchinskiy with the laziest sneaker collaboration of the year. Gosha Rubchinskiy and Reebok work together to bring together two archival favorites, adding the subtlest change to drive fuccbois insane. The low-cut Workout Plus and the Ex-O-Fit Hi arrive in either tonal white or black and have the Reebok emblem on the medial site replaced with “PACCBET” in red. This theme has been featured in many looks of Gosha’s collection and literally translates to “sunrise,” but has been adopted to figuratively represent hope and “better days.” …Okay.
FUCT x Revive – I’ve always liked streetwear brands that don’t do carbon copy reprints of their graphic T-shirts, so I’m not sure how I feel about FUCT re-printing some archival favorites. But I do like that the round of vintage graphics will be extremely limited. Similar to the first project between FUCT and Revive in May, the two partner to re-release three popular designs from the nineties and limit each style to only 50 units.
Nixon Mission – For those of you still into big chunky watches, there is a new kid on the block. Nixon has released the Mission and it’s a burly beast meant for rough surf and cold mountains. The watch is made for the outdoor enthusiast or action sports junkie and features 48 mm bezel, 100-meter depth rating, Gorilla Glass crystal, and more importantly, powered by the latest Android software. The Mission will arrive in a ton of color combinations and is ready to track sessions in real time, monitor surf and snow conditions, control via voice or gesture, and more. The watch is set to drop in October, but Nixon is taking pre-orders now.
Patta Fall 2016 Bag Collection – In addition to their robust selection of menswear, Patta is hard at work creating a collection of bags. With the traveler and occasional gym rat in mind, Patta uses their Script Logo across a daypack, a weekend duffle, a cross-body bag, and an adjustable waist bag. All four pieces are constructed from heavy-duty Cordura in a muted olive color and feature durable YKK zippers and nylon straps. Look for the collection to drop this Saturday, September 17.
Supreme x Nike SB – Supreme’s recent shoe collaborations have been hit or miss. Those Timberland monstrosities are still sitting in the online store, and the Nike Air Max 98 are waiting in GRAILED hell (more on that HERE). Supreme may have finally turned its ship in this latest collaboration—a trio of new Blazers in suede with a leather swoosh. The Nike SB staple is available in its low-cut version with “FTW” on the heel and a gold-foiled box logo. Arriving in a minty blue, another bold pink, and finally, in a subtle brown.
Onepiece Night Crawlers Collection – Athleisture is becoming more than just an afterthought as more and more brands infiltrate the huge American economy. The latest transplant is from Norway and Onepiece offers gym essentials with inventive cuts, asymmetrical design, and all made from BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) cotton. Besides looking fresh in the gym, your dollars go a bit further and can help those in need.
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Stussy x LEE – Stussy and LEE is at it again. They reprise their previous fall/winter capsule collection with another version of the popular rider jacket. The denim jacket comes in a dark wash and a faded indigo with brown corduroy collar. In addition to the outerwear the will also dark 101Z jeans. The small collection is set to drop this Friday, September 16.
mastermind JAPAN x Buscemi – mastermind JAPAN is sure doing a lot of a retired company, but that’s not to say it’s not welcome news to the fans. In addition to a collaboration with adidas, the streetwear brand also has a project with hometown heroes, Buscemi. The two brands work on a limited edition of the 125MM with beautiful black leather and a gorgeous silver lock with the mastermind JAPAN engraving. The unmistakable skull-and-crossbones will also be used across the tongue, and the Buscemi logo is light embossed on the medial side.