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Aug 4, 2010

RIF Shoe Review.

If you were into supreme then you would clearly remember their run at creating Supreme Footwear. Before there were Supreme collaborations with Vans, Visvim, and Nike, they created their own models Mid-Town and Down Lows.

Today was a blast to the past when these sneakers entered the shop. Though both pairs closely resemble AF1's, Supreme adds its own detail making The Mid-Town and The Down-Low their own.

Peep the signature Supreme Box Logo

Even the packaging is tastefully marked with the supreme box logo.

"On Monday, images of the Olympic Air Jordan 7 “For The Love of the Game” hit the web. According to the info provided, the Olympic 7’s are set to release August 7th. Unlike the Olympic Jordan 7’s that released in 2004, the 2010 version features the “For The Love of the Game” gold heart logo. We are still waiting for additional release info regarding the Olympic Air Jordan 7 FTLOTG, so enjoy the new pics for now." source -theshoegame

We have never been fans of custom shoes. But we respect the time and effort taken creating something innovative and original from something bland and boring. Though there are hundreds of customizer in the sneaker world. SBTG (in our opinion) is the best in terms of originality and craftsmanship.

SBTG designs has always had dark undertones in his customs, highlighting obscure twists in his inspirations. -pics courtesy of hypebeast

Nike's plan to tap into the CROC market is in full force. Nike HTM Solar soft sandle is their first attempt and from the pics doesn't look like a failed attempt. Four distinct colors are introduced with what looks like "Lunar" type midsole. Release date is unknown but rest assure Edouche will be buying the entire set. -source honyeeblog
Dont sleep on comfort and ingenuity.


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