Sneakers, whether or not it has been worn, are not objects that you want to be close to your face, much less taste it or take a smoke out of it, but for a rather wacky project, men fashion blog Dandy Dairy decided that it is a good idea to retrofit a bong into a Balenciaga Triple S Sneaker to result in the world’s first Balenciaga Triple S Bong. Yes, really. It happened and below is the video of one Uncle Werner (of Dandy Dairy) shows you how it is done. Continue reading Someone Turned A Balenciaga Triple S Into A Functional Bong. Yes, Really!
Louis Vuitton has never known for sneakers. Perhaps, that will change with Virgil Abloh’s involvement? Likely. Perhaps starting with the Louis Vuitton Chunky “Zig Zag” Skate Shoes. This pair is the first kicks to debut since after the founder of street wear label Off-White took the post as the artistic director at the Parisian fashion house. Normally, I am not awe by designer sneakers. To me, a true sneakers is one that come from sport equipment makers, but I do find the Louis Vuitton Chunky “Zig Zag” Skate Shoes quite a sight to behold. Continue reading Louis Vuitton’s New “Zig Zag” Skate Shoes Are Really Super Chunky!
The highly recognizable and iconic Nike swoosh logo has a makeover which I didn’t think was possible. The sportswear giant has been rebooting some of its iconic models, giving them new-look logos, or simply bestowing them with new designs and materials. The Nike Air Max you see here is one of the latest to get one or both treatments. The most noticeable would be the new embroiled swoosh that looks like as if it is in motion, at speeds. Continue reading Nike Gives Its Iconic Swoosh Logo A New Look On Air Max 1
Another day, another new products from China’s biggest provision gadget provider, Xiaomi. This time, it is a pair of sneakers called Mijia Sport Shoes 2 – the second pair the company is touting since the introduction of Xiaomi ‘Intel Inside’ Ultra Smart Running Shoes last year. The Mijia Sport Shoes 2 is clearly a lot better looking than its predecessor. A quick scroll through the product page, it looks to be more polished in both the construction and material departments. Continue reading Xiaomi Has A New Sneakers That Is Totally Machine Washable
Chewing gum and street cleanliness have never seen eye-to-eye. It is a social problem that many cities have put up with. There is only one country in the world that took drastic measure to curb the gum litter problem and that’s Singapore. Singapore has banned the sale of chewing gum for as long as I can remember. Not every countries have this iron clad rule, but that does not mean they are OK with it. One city has decided that gum litter problem is very real and they did something rather odd in hope that people will take heed of this sticky issue. Continue reading This Is Gumshoe, The First Sneakers To Have Soles Made From Chewing Gums
Recently, a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter peddling sustainable shoes from a Spaniard startup piqued our interest. Now, sustainable footwear is not new, but if you look around, they are often quite pricey and that is one of the reason why we are drawn to the Wado Sustainable Sneakers. And being a person who grew up in the 80s, Wado sure has my attention because, it is has a very 80s vibe to it. The company’s first sneaker, MODELO 89, features a retro shape and colors quite often seen on footwear of the 80s, particularly tennis shoes. Continue reading Meet Wado, The Ethical And Sustainable 80s-inspired Sneakers
As it turns out, Paul George considered himself as quite a big of a fan of video gaming and so, for this second collaboration with Nike, he and designer Tom Hardy has infused video gaming theme into the kicks by the way of Playstation them – with the blessing from Sony, of course. Now, being a “Playstation” shoes does not immediately made it a pair of high-tech sneakers. On the contrary, they are not. Well, unless you consider having light up function is “high-tech” which, in this case, it probably is. Anyways, this second signature shoe in the name of NBA athlete Paul George is, if you didn’t already noticed, also a collab with Sony, specifically the company’s video game console, Playstation – the video game console of choice of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s small forward. Continue reading Paul George’s 2nd Nike Shoes Is Playstation-themed, Has Light Up Logo
Earlier this month, Nike has unveiled another collaboration between Jordan Brand and the granddaddy of denim, Levi’s. This time round, the collaboration presents a denim combo comprising of a pair of Air Jordan IV and a Levi Strauss & Co. reversible Trucker Jacket. I don’t know about you, but me think a pair of kicks is denim is destined for display only. I mean, look at it. It is so beautiful that you will not want to soil it. This unique pair of Jordan features a standard wash denim on the upper, reverse denim on the liner and insole, a remixed Levi’s iconic “Two Horses” paper patch with Jumpman logo on the rogue and hangtag, gum details on the outsole, gold stitching, indigo-color laces and finally, topping off with another Levi’s signature, the Levi’s Red Tab. Continue reading Jordan Brand x Levi’s Air Jordan IV and Reversible Trucker Jacket
You know what? Balenciaga has quickly become the designer-label-we-love-feature because, in recent years, its products have, in recent years, never failed to leave us bewildered. From its iteration of the cheap Chinese travel bag to the blatant copy of Ikea’s Frakta bag to car mat skirt, we had some laughs. The brand shows no sign of stopping either, now joining Gucci in turning up dirty sneakers as a fashion statement. Sorry. We shouldn’t insult it by saying it is ‘dirty’ (though the truth is, it is); it should be called ‘distressed’. Our bad. Continue reading Balenciaga Makes Dirty A Fashion With Balenciaga Triple S Sneakers
I hope your excitement for self-lacing shoes hasn’t die because the world’s first actual self-lacing shoes, Nike HyperAdapt 1.0, is set to be available globally over the next few months. It will be available via Nike SNKRS in North America, Japan and China. The shoes will also be available starting September 29 across 19 European countries, including the UK, Germany, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the Netherlands at 9AM CET. EU residents can get their hands, or in this case, feet, on this high-tech sneakers via the Nike SNKRS app, Nike said. In addition, those who rather not acquire it through the app can look to pick them up from brick-and-mortar stores as listed below: Continue reading These Are The Places You Can Get The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 Starting Sep 29