i have always like skate decks even i have given up on skateboarding donkey years ago. i used to have a dream, a dream to collect skate decks with beautifully designed graphic and hang them all over my walls. it was a dream that was never fulfilled and never will. that doesn’t stop me from admiring at brilliantly designed skate decks and The Hundreds by Mark Dean Veca Skate Decks happens to be a trio of those. Continue reading The Hundreds by Mark Dean Veca Skate Decks & Sneakers→
(credit: Nike) Nike Air Vengeance (top) and Nike Lunarspider R TZ (bottom)
Nike has been churning out many beautiful shoes in recent times. here are two pairs that we think worthy of featuring here. the first is the ‘remake’ of the 1985 shoes, dubbed the Air Vengeance that is designed for runners. the Air Vengeance (sounds a little too menacing to me) is part of the recently re-released V series shoes. the design and the color combo of shades of grey and striking yellow give you a rather retro-ish look. don’t you think so? Continue reading Nike Air Vengeance and Nike Lunarspider R TZ→
the collaboration between sportswear giant, Nike and menswear maestro Steven Alan gives the old Nike designs a new lease of life. unusually dubbed as the Air Zoom Lava Dome, this pair of sneakers feature exclusive colorways, fabrication, and modern tooling as touched by Steven Alan. the Lava, however, does not oozes with lava or anything that’s remotely hot but it is a 100% suede shoes accented with nylons. looks rather retro-lish to me but i like. i want, i want, i want! Continue reading Nike x Steven Alan Air Zoom Lava Dome sports shoes→
what can be more appropriate for a geek then to flip flop around with a pair of keyboards under your feet? while the real keyboard might be a tad too bulky and heavy to do so, this pair of KITO Keyboard 2.0 Slippers is definitely up to the task. it is also worthy to note that a real keyboard doesn’t have anything for your feet to strap on to. no mention on what it is made from but it is safe to assume that they are of rubber material and the ‘keyboard keys’ doubles as a foot massager while you straddle around in your office. available in a choice of color combos – black/yellow, black/red and black/dark blue et cetera, the KITO slippers weights a hefty 350 to 450 grams and has sizes that ranges from 36 thru to 43. the KITO Keyboard 2.0 Slippers retails at $29, which is very much cheaper than a single real keyboard. go ahead and prove that there’s still a geek in you. oh, there is even a new version of this fun slippers, called KITO Keyboard 2.1 which spots a range of cheerful hues – but less keyboard-like. check out the hilarious Thai commercial for the KITO Keyboard 2.0 Slippers after the break.
[UPDATE] KITO Keyboard slippers has new website! check them out!
while brand collaborations between automotive and gadgets are a norm these days, fashion and automotive collaborations are rare – save for those F1 or other racing merchandise. this particular item from Nike is just one of those rare fashion-automotive collaboration. well, it’s more like a fashion-automotive-movie collaboration. introducing the Nike 6.0 DeLorean Dunk, an extremely limited edition sneaker to mark the 25th anniversary of Back to the Future (Universal Pictures, 1985). Continue reading DMC DeLorean DMC-12 inspired: Nike 6.0 DeLorean Dunk→