This sneaker spot proved to be a double-the-value find as not only was their owner wearing a great pair of Nike Dunk High’s, but he is also involved with designing sneakers of his own.
You can see that the sneaker lover has a great look that combines street with skate style, and this filters through into his fantastic store King of Nothing.
The company have found success by using talents from youth subcultures to design and make apparel, and are now designing shoes through the initiative Canvas to Cotton. They are using plain white Vans Sk8-Hi’s as a blank canvas and through some incredible designs are transforming each shoe into a one-of-a-kind original work of art.
Some dudes skate from Brooklyn to Manhattan, ripping some mind-boggling tricks along the way. Nice one 10.Deep. We officially hate our lives. Be that as it may, the skaters here are Jamal Smith, Daniel Kim and German Nieves. And they rule. The director is Nick Wnorowski.
With their World Cup adventure now well and truly over, England’s hopes for sporting glory fall squarely on the pointy shoulders of Andy Murray. Now just four matches away from becoming the first Briton to win Wimbledon since footwear icon Fred Perry, the young Scot is playing dazzling tennis. And with pre-tournament preparation of the kind seen in this short viral video for Head, it’s really no surprise. It just goes to show, trick shots are always winners.
Chuck Taylors are without a doubt the shoe most likely to be seen on the feet of any musical artist you’ve ever loved. To celebrate that fact, 2008 saw Converse commission an exclusive single to be created by three of that year’s biggest stars: NERD, Santogold and The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas. Pretty catchy, wasn’t it? This year’s follow up features the musical talents of Kid Cudi, Best Coast and Rostam Batmanglij from Vampire Weekend. The song has yet to drop, but Cons are releasing three short videos each focusing on one of the artists. First up is the lo-fi act Best Coast. Check it out.