Thursday, January 31, 2008

DC Comics Fitteds

One word describes these: hideous.

Nike Hurache X Classic BW

Two new hybrids are set to drop from Nike. The Nike Air Huarache x Classic BW combines two classic running silhouettes. The colorways seen here include black/green and white/red with gradient lacing. No word yet on availability.

Air Force One Supreme

These are just sick.

Nike Air Max Light

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Friday, January 25, 2008

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Nike Seamless Air Jordan Fusion

When Nike decided that they wanted to reek havoc on the sneaker world, they created the "Seamless Air Jordan Fusion." The shoe which is a combination of the Air Force 1 and the Jordan XII and is a seamless Creation with lasered design elements. The shoes has not been confirmed yet, but sample pictures have been released.

From Niketalk

Nike AF-1 Supreme


Extra fugly women's hoop shoes

Nike AF-1 Yi

Yi got his own hoop shoe, now he has his own AF-1

Monday, January 21, 2008

Staple Fitteds

Some of these hats are sick, some are not. I got the comp book hat on my list of needs.

From hypebeast:

Jeff Staple, the man behind the infamous Pigeon Dunks, has released some pictures of some Staple New Era 59Fifty Fitted Caps on his blog. New caps include the Composition cap, the Learned cap, the Single Fountain Pen cap, the Double $ Fountain Pen cap, and the Highly Edumacated cap. They are available now at Reed Space in New York.

Wu-Tang Jewelry

Not sure if they will sell any of this. I continually wonder how big of a following the Wu still has. I used to be a die-hard and now I have little to no interest in anything they do.

The latest project from the Wu-Tang clan is a project in collaboration with New York jeweler Gabriel Urist. Gabe started from making sneaker jewelry and now has transformed into a well known and respected jeweler in the States. The new collection with the Wu-Tang Clan consists of various accessories such as pendants, earrings and rings.

Courtesy of High Snobiety

Nike AF-1 Low Supreme Inside-Out "Dragon"

These are fresh... especially if your name is Peyton Manning.

Friday, January 18, 2008

The New Flight Club - NYC

By Christian Grant-Fields, Dime Magazine

Back in Dime #25 (Aug. 2006), we ranked our Top 25 sneaker spots. Heading the list at #1 was Flight Club New York – a Greenwich Village consignment shop with the most ridiculous stock of exclusive Jordans and AF1s found anywhere in the world. Even before we anointed FNCY, word about the store had grown over the past few years, and the place was routinely packed with sneakerheads all day, every day. That popularity allowed the FC crew to open up spots in Tokyo and Los Angeles.

So you can imagine the looks on their faithful patrons’ faces when they rolled up to 254 Green Street this fall and the doors were closed. The store’s regular customers soon found out that their go-to spot for exclusive kicks had moved further downtown into a larger space.

Not too far from Ground Zero on Nassau Street in lower Manhattan lies the new, bigger, badder Flight Club NY. Like the original shop, the walls are still stocked from floor to ceiling with exclusive kicks, and there’s a special wall that holds the boutique’s most treasured footwear behind glass. Wall space that isn’t occupied by hot kicks doubles as a projection screen for movies (kung fu flicks are the resident favorite), and the store’s hardwood floor – complete with a Flight Club logo – is absolutely insane.

“When you first walk in you might be overwhelmed because it’s so different than our first location,” says Chris Vidal, one of Flight Club’s staff of certified sneakerheads. “Our new spot is double the size of the original location. We have the hardwood floors and the projector on the wall; people like the new look.”

Along with the facelift, the store also now carries adidas, Puma, and Converse, and plan on increasing their inventory even more. And for all of those who miss the old Flight Club and think your beloved boutique has gone “Hollywood,” don’t worry – the original locale in Greenwich Village is opening back up right after it receives a facelift.

Flight Club is located at 120 Nassau Street, New York, New York, 10038. Store hours are 11-6:30 Monday to Friday, 12-7 Saturdays, and 12-6 Sundays. For more info, visit or

New Hall of Fame Hats

Nike Dunk Socks

Who would buy these?

New Goods Hat

This is from one of the illest hip hop boutiques in the country, located in Seattle, WA.

Owner Of Undefeated

Of you're unaware, Undefeated is one of the best shoe spots in L.A.

Here's the owner of the store (real name James Bond) speaking on the store and the sneaker scene.


Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Jordan CP3 (Chris Paul's kicks)

Upon further review...

these are wack too.