Long term partners UNDEFEATED and adidas are back at it with a brand new collaboration, a pair of UltraBOOSTs in Triple Black.
Revealed by industry insider @sneakerprophet_, the pair is exactly what you’d expect from the two labels.
Decked out in black from top to toe including a fully blacked-out BOOST midsole, the shoe features the UNDFTD logo in 3M reflective material across the uppers.
There’s no official word yet on the release of the pair, but expect it to make an appearance sometime this year.
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adidas and Japanese streetwear label A Bathing Ape are teaming up for a limited-edition capsule, in celebration of the Super Bowl.
The collection will span across sneakers, football boots, apparel, equipment and accessories.
adidas Singapore has confirmed the drop on our shores, which will take place on Feb 2, 2019.
Items include the adidas Football by BAPE adizero 8.0 cleats (SGD350), which features the iconic BAPE Camo print on the uppers.
The adidas by BAPE UltraBOOST (SGD350) will also be making an appearance in the drop, releasing in two colourways: green and black.
Apparels include a Z.N.E. hoodie (SGD400) and football jersey (SGD300), both decked out in green camo, while accessories like the football helmet and adizero gloves will be part of the release as well.
Singapore’s premier sneaker and streetwear convention is back on October 27 and 28, 2018, boasting its biggest and most spectacular edition to date.
With the ever-expanding community of sneaker lovers and the convergence of interests towards street culture as a whole, this year’s edition marks an evolution, best described in the new event imprint of “Street Superior Festival”.
Street Superior, a joint-concept by One Eleven and the people behind Sole Superior, will feature 16 showcase brands, 70 individual streetwear vendors, 15 food vendors, 21 DJs, artists from parkour and graffiti backgrounds and so much more.
Departing from their famed residence at Zouk, this year’s edition will see a level up in size, namely at the 70,000 sq. ft. space at Pasir Panjang Power Station.
There’s lots to look forward to this year with booths and exclusive launches by Limited Edt, Jason Markk, Casio G-SHOCK, PONY, Timberland, Under Armour and more.
Team .Wav(y) will also be on deck for music, bringing along their popular party nights from Canvas.
After months of speculation and samples, we now have an official look at next year’s BAPE x adidas UltraBOOST collaboration.
Dubbed as the “football” collection, in conjunction with the Super Bowl, will also arrive with cleats, an American football, an NFL helmet, and jersey.
In the spirit of a typical BAPE collaboration, the entire collection features the famous BAPE camo pattern throughout.
The UltraBOOST will feature a camo upper, with a blacked out BOOST midsole, white Three Stripes and metallic gold branding on the heel counter.
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The lines between athletics and leisure have been in a constant state of blur over recent years, yet the trend mostly took shape in footwear.
Sure, gym clothes have become more acceptable for social occasions outside of the workout stations, but the latest collection from Under Armour proves that looking good has no substitute.
Enter the UA Exclusive “Be Seen” Collection, a capsule that is inspired by the gear that Under Armour athletes wear on the way to the game.
It’s another step in the right direction as UA pushes towards a “gym-to-street” approach in its streetwear and the latest collection is a sight to behold.
Known for its performance-wear and compression tights, the latest collection of tees, sweatpants and outerwear cements UA’s position as a sportswear maker for the fashion-conscious urbanite.
The first drop of the collection is already available at Under Armour’s brand house in Paragon, with a second drop scheduled for November.
For a closer look at the collection, check it out below.
After news broke regarding two upcoming BAPE x adidas UltraBOOST pairs next February, it appears that the partnership involves more than just sneakers.
Set to release in conjunction with Super Bowl 2019, the collaboration will be a full fledge collection which includes BAPE’s popular Shark Hoodies, American Football jerseys, cleats and an NFL helmet.
As expected, the pieces will heavily feature BAPE’s camo motif throughout, across the options of green and black colourways.
Insider group @py_rates posted several images teasing the collection, including a list of the items that will be included and expected prices.
For a look at the images and the product list, check out @py_rates’ Instagram post below and scroll through the carousel.
Its no secret that @adidasoriginals & @bape_us will be dropping a pack of UltraBoosts next February but we thought we’d shed light on what else is scheduled to drop during the release. The most notable pieces in our opinion are the Shark Hoodies & the Riddell Helmet. Let us know what pieces you’ll be looking to cop from the collection in the comments below. #NoMoreSecrets🏴
With the Great Singapore Sale behind us, Nike.com in Singapore has chosen the perfect opportunity to remind sneaker and sports enthusiasts that it doesn’t need a sale event to dish out the discounts.
The Swoosh has just launched its latest sale for Singapore and unlike most instances where discounts would be on older models, “new styles” are the subject of price slashes this time around.
From sneakers to sportswear, Nike is giving up to 50% off to a whole host of products directly on site, no promo codes necessary.
You can browse the latest discounted items from their On Sale page, which includes highlights such as the multicoloured Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit, Air Jordan 1 “Gatorade Orange Peel” and Lakers jerseys.
Check out the sale on Nike.com now.
Ronnie Fieg’s KITH and the world’s most popular soda brand is collaborating once again on a capsule collection of apparel and footwear.
The highlight of last year’s collection was easily the Converse 1970 All Star High, which was decked out in off-white uppers and an oversized Coca-Cola logo wrapped around the heel.
Fieg has been posting teasers of the upcoming collection on Instagram, with this year’s capsule showcasing Coke’s global footprint with its logo used in multiple languages.
This is particularly apparent on a pair of yellow Converse high tops with the Coke branding in red, along with an image of multiple jumpers in an assortment of colours.
Fans of the Converse collab will also be pleased to know that a pair in red was also posted, seen alongside a hoodie and tee.
Another highlight piece is a varsity jacket, dubbed the KITH x Coca-Cola “Golden Bear”, which looks like it’ll be a hot piece for those returning to college.
Check out some of the teaser images posted by Ronnie Fieg below.
I walked into the Coke offices in Atlanta a year ago and fell in love with this art piece on their wall. It was 6 or 7 pieces that chopped up the classic logo and even when the logo was scrambled, it was still effortless to make it out. While we were there we also went through the history of the coke contour bottle and got to witness the timeline in person. What an experience, one I’ll never forget. I only work with brands I obsess with and in turn create products I love in hope to give people the same emotional connection I have with my inspirations. Product info coming soon.
Local streetwear label DEBLANC is back with a brand new collection called “Parallel Ver. 1”, the brand’s sixth collection so far.
The collection was released online on the DEBLANC online store earlier today (July 20), comprising of 12 items such as T-Shirts, Windbreakers, Track Suits and Dad Caps.
At a glance, the collection oozes retro aesthetics and an 80s sports outlook, with simple accents and design cues.
Green, black and yellow play a major role in the capsule, with glow in the dark elements found on the windbreaker and parallel tee.
For a closer look at the collection, check it out below.
A Bathing Ape and adidas are reviving their partnership for a brand new collaboration, this time on the adidas UltraBOOST silhouette.
Insider groups Yeezy Mafia and py_rates both took to social media yesterday to reveal the news, with both accounts showcasing their own mockups of what the shoe may look like.
While both designs differ in terms of overall colour scheme, expectedly both showcased a green BAPE camo upper, a trademark of the streetwear label.
The pair is expected to launch in January 2019 and is rumoured to be released alongside football cleats.
Check out both posts below.