“What’s black and white and read all over?…” Bodega x Saucony ask the timeless question with a fresh new answer; their Saucony Grid 8000 collaboration. Nestled in one of the more prominent newspaper cities in America, Boston…the shop chronicles their project with a thought provoking
You know when you think about this…sneakers have been around for a long, long time. But in many ways, the technology we enjoy, that we hold so classic and dear…is dated. And with time, the technology has improved, it’s been remixed and constructed to innovate.
Life often imitates art…and while the Swoosh will not admit this on wax or even off the record…this project might have came from sneaker custom artists. And the beginning stages of designing a silhouette can be the most fun and most rewarding, but also the most
Jordan Brand returns a true classic…just four years after its most recent release. Close to the OG, than the last retro, the ‘Black/True Red’ colorway is among the most famous of all the originals. Featuring only a tiny slither of 3M on the paneling of
Kobe Bryant is an enigma all himself…and the legendary basketball star is still not too far from the game thanks to the Swoosh. Over the last year we’ve seen two iterations of the Nike Kobe A.D. and a third was just added in the form of
Jordan Brand is making good on the newest installment to the Cool Grey family with this year’s Air Jordan 8 Retro. The silhouette which drops late summer, early fall is just in time for the back to school season. Comprised of a rich suede, the
Nike Sportswear is loosely taking a John Geiger concept and making it their own with the help of the same silhouette; the Nike Air Force 1. This ’07 Low iteration features three colorways; one red, black and the latter…white. All doused with a heavy touch