Largely slept on when the AZX series dropped in 2008, the Wood Wood has become one of the most sought after shoes from the pack. Instead of going for an overly bright feel, the Danish store decided to go with a clean and classic colourway that befits the model adorning it.
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You really can’t deny that Woody, Hans and the rest of the guys over at SF headquarters really do have a knack for applying eye catching designs to classic silhouettes. I’ve not seen people getting this whipped up about a release for a while now. The latest New Balance and Sneaker Freaker collaboration is applied to the classic 998 model and is dubbed the ‘Tassie Devils’. The Australian release happened last week and sold out immediately, meaning that the hype train for the European release on the 30th has well and truly left the station, is steaming towards a small number of retailers and is due to hit on the 30th of this month.
CHOO CHOO ….. ALL ABOARD.
If you’ve got an hour to kill, you could do worse than to check out Sneakerliv….unless you speak German you’ll have to remember the subtitles option.
In light of the fact my Sneaker Freaker Tassie Devil’s should arrive on Monday, I thought I’d break out another classic 998 colourway, the M998RR.
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Whilst G Star as a brand don’t really spark excitement in me, they have come up with an interesting concept with their Tailored Atelier service: a concept which allows people to design their pair of denim based on G-Stars’ 3301 model. This really nicely shot video by Lester Jones documents his pair being put together.
In order to mark the opening of the new Carhartt concession, the guys over at Size? Leeds decided to throw a bit of a bash. The beers flowed, the B-Boys rocked out and the tunes boomed in what ended up being a truly enjoyable evening.
Check out the space and the mad Yorkshire folk after the jump
Little video recap of Sneakerness 2013. Fingers crossed the guys over at Crepe City get up to events of a similar size….and that they venture up north a little bit further than good old London town.
Video by Phillip Himburg (Sneaker Freaker Germany)