British Designer Kenneth Mackenzie’s 6876 label has released the new Stapleton raincoat in anticipation of the wet months coming for the UK (as if it isn’t always rainy). The coat has been constructed using fine British Millrain bonded cotton with Ri Ri zips. The coat features accentuating lines on the collar, pocket, and cuff, resulting in a more minimalist modern look. The Stapleton Raincoat ispriced at £325 GBP (approximately $530 USD) and is available now at the 6876 website.
Vintage Frames Company has released its N#1 collection of snapbacks. The N#1 collection has 2 models, one of which features an embroidered “No. 1″ on the front and “Fuck 2nd Place” on the back. The second model features golden plated metal tags on the front and back of the cap. The first embroidered model is priced at $40.00 USD, and the metal hardware model goes for $100.00 USD in black or white. Both can be purchased at Vintage Frame Company’s website.
Nike has officially released the Air Max Lunar90. The new model brings on a large number of new features including a no-sew new upper, a new sole, and a lighter body overall. These features combine to make the Air Max Lunar90 one of the lightest, most comfortable, most responsive, and most breathable shoes in recent memory. A limited released of the original Air Max 90 colorway is available now at Nike’s online store, and additional colorways will become available starting January 3rd.
If you missed out on yesterday’s premiere of the Air Max 90 “Night Factor”, Nike has recreated a new version completely different than the original. With an upper appearance that looks to have many different panel overlays it is in fact just one piece of material used throughout. The laser crimson and dark grey pattern perfects the white midsole and black accents. The Nike Air Max 90 Current Jacquard Laser Crimson/Dark Grey sneaker is now available for pre=order via Titolo but are expected to drop sometime in the new year.
Earlier today we were given a small preview of the Nike Roshe Run Natural Motion set to release in spring of next year. Similar to the Roshe Run Hyperfuse, the upcoming model features taped seams on the uppers, but the most interesting part is the new sole unit. The Natural Motion sole takes inspiration from Nike’s Free sole technology, featuring flex grooves for a more natural feeling experience. The newest variant of the Roshe Run is set to hit stores early 2014.