The aptly named EG Leisure Jacket is a nice easy addition to your Fall wardrobe. An easy tailored fit with 2 front patch pockets makes this an ideal casual blazer for the Holidays. Get pesky family members off your back by projecting success this Thanksgiving.
While certainly not for everyone, Nike Foamposites are a classic Basketball sneaker that always makes an impact. The latest iteration of these have a special holographic upper that reflect light creating an eye-catching effect similar to an oil spill in a body of water. The iridescent upper is nicely balanced by the traditional black laces, lining and tongue. After seeing a similar hologram material used on other sneakers such as Flyknit Chukka Sneakerboot, I really came to appreciate the design of these. It seems like there’s a ton of interest in these Foams, so make sure you get ontop of the Nike Store release online tomorrow at 10AM. The retail is $230 and they are available directly here.
The Guerrilla Group collective quieted released new gear this past weekend under the Eyes & Sins imprint. The items comprise the first wave of their FW15/16 collection. One of the items released that caught my eye is this twisted take on a men’s crewneck. A slightly jarring asymmetric design combines black cotton with olive ECOYA nylon for a technical upgrade to a standard crewneck. Multiple pockets and compartments allow you to carry goods on your person while still having an easy to wear and comfortable garment. Get the Displacement Vest here and check out the other new releases on the GG site.
Fuct’s higher end cut and sew label Fuct SSDD (same shit different day) teams up with Michigan boutique Revive on a limited run of 2 strong streetwear designs. First off is a over-dyed MA-1 , complete with branded patches and a stenciled back REVIVE hit. Also up is a reversible souvenir in a red/blue/white colorway reminiscent of the Detroit Pistons. I’m a sucker for Souvenir Jackets and this is a great flip on the traditional look. Look for both jackets to drop in-store and online at noon on December 4th.
Not all New Balances are for dads. This new 1600 model is nicknamed ‘sound and stage’ and takes it’s inspiration from DJs and musicians taking the stage. The main draw here is the premium suede and leather combination. If you’re looking for a tonal black pair of New Balances these are one of the best in recent memory. Scoop them for 99EUR over at Hanon.
Undercover has had a history of teaming up with Nike on sneakers for many years now. From the Gyakusou seasonal releases to the fantastic Air Revaderchi model that was released in Japan only. To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Undercover, Nike is set to drop two colorways of the Court Force basketball sneaker. The sneakers come in a grey and tan and a plain black and white version. While not the most adventurous collab, UC’s cult status and worldwide following should ensure that these sell out soon after the December 1 release. Look for them on Nikelab and select worldwide retailers.
Asics has been busy with the collabs this year, using the popular Gel Lyte V model to collaborate with plenty of brands in the fashion industry and sneaker game. Before the year is out, eccentric Japanese label monkey time is set to release one of the hottest Gel Lytes of the year. The sneaker features a mix of high-quality nubuck on the upper and a Lyrca based inner sock. The contrasting sand-colored layers are styled together with monkey time pieces in a short editorial and video clip made to promote the release.
View the video below and see more images after the jump.
WTAPS brings out these new carrying pouches as part of it’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. These bags are made from durable nylon, these pouches should be helpful in carrying small items from point and shoot cameras to any small travel items. There’s a double-zip fastening at the main compartment with two external pockets and an adjustable body strap. These are also reminiscent of the fantastic WTAPS x Porter collabs that came out in the mid 2000s. It’s been a while since WTAPS put out accessories like this so be sure to snatch them up before they sell out. Both colorways are available at END Clothing.
Living most my life in Toronto, it’s hard to believe that Nomad has been open for 10 years now. I still remember the first time visiting the boutique at the old Richmond street block (rip Goodfoot). From then til now the store has been a leader in Toronto and Canada’s men’s clothing scene. To commemorate a decade in the biz Nomad has teamed up on a small collection of collaborative pieces. They include several long button downs by Robert Geller, a bomber from CMMN SWDN and a wings+horns M-51 Fishtail parka. These are sure to go quick so check the site or step into the brick and mortar to grab these.
Nike Gyakusou returns for another cold weather season under the direction of Jun Takahashi. As per usual there’s enough here to build full running outfits, from the sneakers to layering pieces and outerwear. This time out, Jun kits out the Nike Free 2.0. Among the other highlight items are the long-sleeved Sweatmap shirt and the Aeroloft vest, stuffed with 800-fill down. Also worth noting are a pair of running gloves.