04. July 2011
The end of the summer season doesn’t just mean the end of the glorious sunny days. When you look at what’s still left of the brightness in that other side of the room, season transition means new cool designs and new items from our most adored brands and designers to help us prepare for the incoming cold breezes and the monotonous whiteness of snow-carpeted background. In tropical landscapes these new designs could also add life to the gloomy ambiance of the monsoon rains and occasional light drizzles.
From the brilliant minds of the designers at Nike, here are some of the cool stuff that you should watch out for:
It’s a thing of beauty, hands down to that. The original 1992 design is recently innovated to grace the new century, and the start of a new decade with explosive stylishness hiding behind the mask of a minimalist design. It has a suede and nylon mesh upper with very comfortable soles that defines comfort as simplified sophistication. Limited pairs are set to be released on August 2011 but some sources state that these must-haves are already available for pre-order.
They say that you can size up a man by the shoes he wears, but with this pair, who needs a man? This can already stand up on its own. The Phantom 4D Artwork by Dalek, the Hurley upper boardshorts graphics and the mesmerizing teal, blue and purple midfoot color fusion makes it your love at first sight; the Nike Flywire Technology makes it your soul mate. According to The Drop NYC, this pair is part of a collection that has already been launched during the opening of Salvation Malibu last July 1. Only a limited number of 500 pairs were made for this design.
That, by just the sound of it is already hardcore. If you can make your way to Berlin On the 7th of July, then you may just be able to savor yourself with the lavishness of this pair’s super limited edition status. The 24 pairs of this model are the privileged perks that you may avail on the opening of the Primitive store in Berlin. It’s a celebration of certified Nike SB glory with the embroidered logo of Primitive on the side as the non-stop display of pyrolympics.