Natural tan leather has been creeping into so many sneaker colorways this year but this clean execution of a Vans slip-on is too clean to pass up. Vans released a pack of Vachetta tan sneakers using it’s classic models such as the Era, the Slip-On and the Old School. The obvious reference to Hender Schemes comes to mind when you see these, however these are just a fraction of the price.
You can get these directly from Vans.
Stone Island is one of my go-to labels for fall weather. This olive textured crewneck blends the comfort of cotton with the substantial feel of a knit. This crewneck uses textured cotton mix jersey fabric and features two concealed press stud fastening welt pockets. Now that it’s sweatshirt season , you’ll be hard to go wrong with any of the crewneck styles from the Italian stalwart label. Find this and other Stone Island styles over at Mainline Menswear.
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The Levi’s Type 2 trucker is a ubiquitous jacket design. That iconic style forms the basis of this collaboration between Levi’s and Junya Watanabe. The usual denim look is replaced by a luxurious wool/cashmere blend. A beige and brown coloring replaces the usual indigo.
Available at END
While the the recent retro of the cross-bone WTAPS Vans have come and gone from most store shelves, this off-white anaconda WTAPS Vans Era have slipped under the radar. Low-top anaconda-embossed leather in off-white featuring a logo patch at the tongue. Tonal stitching and a rubber gum sole round out this model.
Get these at SSENSE before they’re gone.
The Presto was a incremental step forward in Nike design and 2016 saw it’s return in the form of countless retros. The team at ACRONYM got their hands on the Nike Presto Mid and made it something altogether different. The collection of three colorways of Presto mids is set to release this week after a limited Berlin release and selling out on ACRNM’s webstop. Each model features a functional medial zipper and heel pull tab with a snap detail. The three colorways include a tonal bamboo/black model, a olive/black version and a eye-popping volt/lava version.
The hype on these is very real so you’ll want to keep posted on the Nike Lab website and other stockists for release info.
UPDATE – The confirmed release day is September 15. Confirmed retailers that will carry these online include END, Haven, Tres Bien, BAIT, Kith, Back Door Bottega, Slam Jam Socialism, Sneakersnstuff, Shoe Gallery, Wellgosh and BDGA.
Undercover is no stranger to unexpected accessories but this new watch from it’s new season is sure to catch attention. The design features a unique double-wrap design. With a brushed stainless steel finish and lugged case design. The circular face is customized with UC branding and even features a middle finger accented foldover clasp. Also available in gold, these watches will set you back $620 at SSENSE.
Adidas continues its collaborative relationship with Rick Owens. This time around the sneaker looks more like a traditional Pro Model, but placed upon the same sole from the Geobasket/Rick dunk. This new sneaker is aptly named the Mastodon after the latest Rick collection by the same name. These won’t come cheap with the retail price hitting the $1000 mark, which makes these almost as expensive as mainline Rick. These are available at RISE and other boutiques.
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US-based Streetwear label Burma has built a following with impactful graphics like the ones featured on this Too Far Gone Tee. The line is exclusively available online through their site and Revive Michigan who are dropping a small selection of items today at noon EST.
The Nike Zoom Air Spiridon is a source of great nostalgia for sneaker fans. The original colorways of the sneaker were iconic and have finally been retroed this year more than a decade after their original 1997 release. If the OG colors are a bit too garish for your current style, this clean white and wolf grey pair is a nice alternative.