Outlier has been one of the best American brands when it comes to producing a tech pant that is suitable for the office and everday life. The brand’s new lookbook showcases different silhouettes on some of their pants and items for the warmer weather. The 60/30 Big Blazer is based off of the brand’s signature 60/30 Blazer, this time with a loose cut flow for breathability. To complement the blazer are two pairs of pants — the 60/30 baggies, which are a wide-legged classic and the 60/30 de Campos, a loose but tapered pant.
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I tend to focus more on the streetwear side of things here but if you’re looking for a versatile boot that you can dress up or down Common Projects delivers just that with these new Chelsea boots. These have been done in seasons past but they return here in 4 colorways. You can find each pair over at END retailing for $429USD.
Film nerds might be familiar with the genre of Italian horror known as Giallo. The stylized horror flicks gained a cult following internationally, with Dario Argento being the best known director in the genre. Italian sneaker brand Diadora teams up with lower east side sneaker boutique Extra Butter on a limited edition N9000 sneaker. Made in Italy, the sneakers feature an orange and purple colorway, mixing suede and leather. The retail is $200USD and they release this Saturday in-store at 11AM and online at noon ET.
For more info check Extra Butter online HERE.
The sock dart re-appears this season in two new versions. One of them is a black/white colorway with a new murdered out adjustable strap. The other is a light ‘hasta’ green version. Both feature speckled midsole and a black outsole. These are some of the best versions of the sneaker to drop in recent memory and will likely move quick. Available now, you can find a pair at Sneakersnstuff and End.
Frequent visitors to this site are probably familiar with some of the past collections from Eyes & Sins. The team deliver a new lookbook for the warmer spring/summer months. For Spring/Summer 2016, some feudal Japanese influences make their way into the mix and this is manifested in the incredible noragi-style jacket shown above. The line brings back some popular styles like the cargo pant and tactical vest in new fabrications. The styling and layering are top notch as usual and this stands as one of the best collections to date that the Guerrilla Group collective has brought out.
Select pieces from SS16 are already available on their website.
The motivation to run comes from within. Sometimes it is just your music and the road that keeps you focused on the next step. There’s something very reassuring about seeing the landscape fall away after traveling for miles on foot. For Cory Wharton-Malcolm, who started running ten years ago and is now lead coach of the Nike+ Run Club in London (and founder of TrackMafia), it was this self-motivation that led him to work his way up to running his first marathon. In this this short film, directed by David Ryle , he shares his scenic running route and his internal monologue while doing so. His sneaker of choice for the journey is the new LunarFly Epic Trainer.
Read a full interview with Cory over at Port Magazine.
Highsnobiety has posted a great new interview with ACRONYM co-founder Errolson Hugh. In the piece, he touches on the impact of technology on Acronym’s development, how hated the ACR Lunar Forces were prior to release, and some of the huge challenges that the company faced in trying to develop their product and expand the company. Check the interview out here , and re-visit the latest SS16 release from ACRNM here.
Graphic tees are the cornerstone of streetwear and Undercover has some good ones out this season. The 25th year of UC sees designer Jun Takahashi bring back familar graphics and motifs from past classic collections. Among them are the Star Wars themed graphics such as this Darth Vader joint as well as a couple simpler logo designs.
You can find this crop of tees over at END.
Nike’s high end streetwear branch ‘White Label’ returns as ‘Nike Essentials’. The staples are available include cotton tees, tech fleece sweatpants, crewnecks and these two parkas which are the best part of the collection. Water resistant fishtail parkas with taped seams that come in either black or olive. If you are looking for a minimal tech shell that won’t break the bank, these are a good options.
Available now at Nike.
The Nike Free Mercurial Superfly is one of the best new models from Nike in recent memory. The style returns in a clean black/white colorway that brings to mind the HTM version that dropped in 2015. Black flyknit, a tonal swoosh and a speckled white midsole make this an easy sneaker to wear all summer. Look for these to release on April 7 on Nike.