Friday, May 28, 2010
“The line offers a nice assortment of button ups in solids or plaids, ripstop cargo shorts and the Big Jack polo in their newest colorway Imperial Blue. As always they have taken there Jack logo to a new level with “The Motion Jack” t-shirt. Since its Summer they offered up their accessories in a nice red faux ostrich. Lastly what would Memorial day be with out the beach and Play Cloths has you covered with a massive “Gamma Rays” beach towel.”
Friday, May 21, 2010
With the Lakers looking poised to be in the NBA Finals for the third consecutive year, it's evident that Laker fever is at an all time high in Los Angeles. No better way to represent then to head out and get some Laker gear. These three tees are definitely a shout to the Laker's winning legacy. Head over to the website to get you some.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
New joint from Star Trak affiliates Christian Rich and the half of the left coast group, U-N-I. The Decadence is hosted by Clinton Sparks and Mick Boogie, and will feature Pharrell Williams, Pusha T, Peter, Bjorn and John, DJ Benzi, U-N-I, and more
Been a fan of Huarache Trainers and Nike decided to do a revamp and bring them back for player Larry Fitzgerald. The colorways definitely tell the stories of his life. The top colorway is of the Minnesota Vikings who he was a ballboy for, the next colorway is for the Pittsburgh Panthers, where he played college football. The white with red and the all black with grey and red numbers are for the Arizona Cardinals colors, his NFL team. The very last pic is an ode to breast cancer, as you can see the all black with pink accents. Larry's mother was fighting breast cancer when she died from a brain hemmorhage before he was able to play in his first NFL game.
Monday, May 17, 2010
These are pretty interesting...brightly colored if nothing else. They fall in line with the World Expo Blazers. Nice Kicks had the break down:
Red mesh and patent leather lay down the base for the uniquely-printed leather that covers the mudguard and ankle areas. Matching the white lines that make up the print are the midsole, base of the midfoot and laces. Bits of black are strewn about, as well. At this point, these are not set to release, but like the Blazers, they could eventually make their way to select accounts.