Los Angeles based graphic artist Francisco Reyes. Jr. is better known by his alias Never Made. Never Made is OBEY’s pick this season,…
Adidas Skateboarding has teamed up with Mark Gonzales and his brainchild, Krooked skateboards for the second installment of the adidas x Krooked collaboration.…
The NBA Playoff race is on. The Boston Celtics have just played Game 2 against Cleveland Cavaliers and won 107-94. Headed to Ohio…
Established in 1991, the iconic LA streetwear label XLarge, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Their Singapore exhibition features one-off collaboration pieces with artists in the region, with each showcasing their re-interpretation of the classic OG logo through various media.
Director-Screenwriter Justin Tipping debuts resoundingly with the story of a young boy marginalised even within his black community. Things start looking dramatically better when he swaps his raggedy sneakers out for the freshest kicks around.
Be sure to pay the surfer’s shrine a visit at 313@Somerset.
In 2009, Eric Koston revealed that he would be releasing his own skateboarding shoe with Nike. Fast forward to 2016, and you know it’s a shoe you won’t be disappointed with.
New Era collaborates with New Balance to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the MT580. Read on to find out more about the collab.
Meet Carlos Ruiz. He is an OG influencer, and his story is amazingly documented in this 2-part video series ‘Sole Searching in South America’. Oh yes, he now has his own shoe – The adidas Originals x SPEZIAL New York ‘Carlos’ Sneaker.
Puma’s latest women release is the Eskiva. The silhouette emulates the 1970’s Puma Gong, originally released as a sneaker boot for the boxing ring.
In Fall ’15, Nike Sportswear debuts its revolutionary Tech Fleece in footwear. Which is your favourite?
The Autumn Winter ’15 collection comprising of four knitted shirts and two footwear styles celebrates the spirit of the working class figureheads behind both brands, Frederick John Perry and Jim Marshall.
For the purist, this may be a step too far out of the comfort (or should we say discomfort) zone. For the irreverent, spontaneous yet honouring of its heritage, this news might be too good to be true. And just perhaps, those are the free spirits which Converse had intended to reach.
Every now and then, we handpick a product selection that’s necessary to feature. This is our first accessory edition, with some giveaways to boot.
With intent to bring summer-focused performance benefits to sport classics, Nike has transformed the by now familiar Air Max Lunar1, Air Max 1 and Roshe sneakers into ultra-breathable, lightweight shoes.