If you’ve been sexy enough to pick up our newest issue out now, you’ll have seen the new SUPRA pro shoe The Ellington in our Style News section. Now you can have an even closer look at the little beast in the edit above with the Double E himself. Nice.
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A few months back we showed you a collab that Brutus Trimfit did with illustrator Luke Dixon. Since then, they’ve built up their connections with even more awesome illustrators including Arran Gregory for their newest project.
Brutus commissioned Arran to draw directly onto their famous ‘Trimfit’ shirt, which you can see in the pretty sick edit above. We want to live where Arran lives.
Season five of the fucking AWESOME Breaking Bad starts in a few weeks in the States and The Hundreds have had the rad idea to make a limited edition Walt White tee. There are only 50 of these (they’re giving 25 away for free to customers starting at 11am PST at the The Hundreds Los Angeles flagship location and 2pm EST at The Hundreds New York) and we want them all.
Check ‘em on The Hundreds store.
A few days ago, we received a mysterious box from Vans with a padlocked catch on the lid and a Vans LXVI logo on the side. We didn’t have a fuckin’ clue what was in it. The only info we had was that we would get the code for the padlock on Thursday.
Thursday arrived and at 14:02pm we received the code 066 to put into the lock. What we found inside were the brand new pair of Vans LXVI Graph shoes: the next evolutionary step from the originators of the skateboard shoe. The athletics-inspired shape and ultra-light shoe looks like one of the most comfortable kicks we’ve seen. The LXVI debuts with five designs representing a wide range of progressive athletic silhouettes and eye-catching colours. Along with the Graph, you can get the mid‐top Secant, the all‐terrain Inscribe, the dead modern Variable and the unmistakable Vans look of the Ortho.
Cheers Vans. Check out the shoes below.