Green is the word for Gravis’ Fall 2009 line, painted with an equal opportunity brush to bags, caps and kicks; it’s not a subtle green, either: think bright like a stop light. Thanks, Evan!
An update on Converse’s 1986 Weapon High Top, the Weapon EVO gets a decidedly modern colorway with black and silver paneling, patent leather on the heel and green accents.
Serum Footwear’s modern profiles hide its old-school roots: each shoe is handmade in limited editions with traditional methods over 150 distinct work stages by Finnish designer PK.
Available 10/24/09, Nike’s Air Max LeBron VII is now official: it features a basketball-specific Max Air 360 Unit with 80% more air and higher-tensile strength Flywire cabling.
Greedy Genius updates their slick Ocean Runner silhouette with a Big Blue colorway that’s tonal through and through, with extra padding on the back heel; it’s due out Fall 2009.
Vans Syndicate teams up with Shawn Stussy’s new Double S brand with these limited edition AV Sk8-Lows; available in navy or black, each is made with premium leather and ballistic nylon.
Worn in the 1940s by the French Foreign Legion and known for its sturdy rubber sole, Palladium Boots relaunches this summer with three styles (Baggy, Hi and Oxford) and updated finishes.
Heist! is the theme for the Fall 2009 line of DC’s Life Collection, which focuses on thief-worthy metallic finishes; choose from black/copper, pure black, grey and turquoise colorways.
Part of its Conscious By Nature collection, Element’s Winslow CBN sneakers feature a recycled outsole and insole, water-based cement, soy-based ink and post-consumer packaging.
The Supra NS Fall 2009 line keeps shapes intact, opting instead to tweak textures with separate Distressed, Pony Fur and Wild Life series; several are already available at Factory 413.
We can almost reach out and feel the plush cushioning of Adidas’ Stan Smith Comfort Pack; they’re Trefoil Mid Ws with an extra-soft midsole and 3D Adidas Trefoil Patch; gold or white.
Honoring Michael Jordan’s 60+ point games and his 1986 game vs Larry Bird, the Bulls vs Celtics Pack sports two Air Jordan 1 Hi Retros in complementary red and green colorways.
Forget Fort Knox: Adidas’ Scheinfeld Vault is a true treasure trove for sneaker fans, with over 60 years of first edition classic shoes from the 1964 Supergrip to the ZX8000 series.
Originally worn in ’87 by Patrick Ewing, these Adidas Originals Conductor His are a reissue with a retro black/white color scheme, faux-snakeskin paneling and perfed toebox.
Now available in the US, Red Wing’s Wabasha Boat Shoes are upscale yet casual; made in Minnesota, they feature a leather upper, leather insole and moisture-wicking leather lining.
Celebrating the myriad colors used by Adidas in its 60 year history, these Soles & Stripes Micropacers are a remix of the 1984 shoe and include a mini computer for distance and time.
Inspired by Nike, Carl Erik Rinsch’s Exploit Yourself is 3D short film that blends Mirror’s Edge with Terminator; one thing’s for sure: we are SO screwed if the robots learn to Parkour.
Part of a three-shoe Transformers x Nike collab, these Megatron Zoom Fight Clubs not only get the colorway and styling right, but score major points for old-school Hasbro packaging.
There are boots, and then there are BOOTS: celebrating its 125th anniversary, these Lucchese matador boots are made from alligator with hand-tooled details and grimini linings.
Supra’s NS dressed in Trinity Bronze hits the holy trinity of colorways: bronze perfed leather, white contrast midsole and a red rubber sole, all of it topped with a single buckle strap.
Inspired by a 1950s design, the Clarks Desert Boot is definitely a unique fusion of new, old, and really old with ornate screen-printed black leather, a crepe sole and orange inner liner.
A remake of a 1953 style commissioned by J. Crew, Red Wing’s Iron Ranger Boots feature a leather insole with cork for comfort, Muleskinner leather upper and Goodyear welting.
SFI and Formula One-approved, Oakley’s Race Boot maximizes tactile response on pedals; it’s also made with flame-resistant CarbonX lining and self-extinguishing split suede.
First released in 1991, Puma’s Unlimited Hi Megas are back in a slick black and white colorway with perfed panels, panel stripes, padded ankle support and an oversized tongue.
Oakley’s penchant for over-the-top names reaches its peak with their Impact Craters; still, these EVA foam cushioned, Unobtanium treaded sandals look as rugged as any we’ve seen.
Inspired by 30s/40s-era boots, Timberland Boot Company’s Fall/Winter 2009 collection is a gorgeous assemblage of Horween burnished leathers, heavy duty buckles and zippers.
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