His Airness’ 30th signature shoe has a woven upper, a knit asymmetrical collar, the segmented outsole based on the Air Jordan XX9 and a triple X basketball net logo on the heel. Drops 2/12/16.
Nike dresses up its timeless sneaker using its cutting edge machine knitting technology. The Air Force 1 Flyknit will have a nearly seamless knit upper and Flywire for support. Available in multicolor or all white.
While we wish they used actual carbon fiber faces, we still love the look of Rival Collective’s bold and modern watches, which rock a Seiko chronograph engine with stopwatch and date features, and luminous hands, set into a 45mm stainless case with a sapphire crystal.
This 38mm automatic watch not only borrows details from ’60s Ford Mustangs, the dial on each unit is actually made from the body of a wrecked Stang. The dials are coated with lacquer so that the rust won’t spread to the rest of the watch.
Musterbrand’s officially-licensed asymmetrical coat borrows heavily from Kylo Ren’s robe, with pin tuck details along the length of its sleeves and the back of its large hood. Available in men’s and women’s versions.
It definitely dropped in the wrong season, but that doesn’t make this edition of Nike’s 80s running shoe any less dope. The Internationalist LX trades the nylon and mesh panels for a full suede upper, with matching waxed laces and black midsole and outsole.