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Adidas Zx 500 | Consortium Range

The ZX family had its first debut back in the early 80īs. Adidas have rebuilt the ZX 500, one of the most fondly remembered of the family. The shoe returns to its original specs and vintage shape as part of the Consortium range of limited edition models. This summer-ready colorway should be on its way back to retail shelves soon. source



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DOUCHEBAGS BLACK CAMO EDITION | Image

DOUCHEBAGS BLACK CAMO EDITION

Douchebags are an up-and-coming travel bag brand from Norway, owned by professional freeskier and alpine ski racer Jon Olsson. Their new offering is this cool Black Camo collection that comes after the hugely successful White Camo Collection that launched earlier this year, and sold out in days. The mastermind behind the unique camo print is Jon himself, whose love for this unique camo is no secret as he has painted several cars and his home in the geometrical desig...
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THE BARAJAS SHOE | BY POINTER | Image

THE BARAJAS SHOE | BY POINTER

British footwear label Pointer has the aim of making simple, well-designed casual shoes in response to a market that is saturated with increasingly technical trainers and hyped-up limited edition sneakers. This model named Barajas is a perfect example of that, a simple shoe with a great design. Available in olive(featured here), wolf, or chocolate....
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IGUANEYE | ULTRA-MINIMAL SHOES | Image

IGUANEYE | ULTRA-MINIMAL SHOES

Iguaneye are ultra-minimal shoes inspired by Amazonians. "500 years ago, the Amazonian Indians dipped their feet in the latex harvested from rubber trees and vulcanized it with fire, they used the rubber to waterproof clothing, and make shoes." Now French brand Iguaneye have stripped the shoes back to the bare minimum and created a second-skin that perfectly follows your movements and eliminates irritation. The shoes are very flexible, very grippy, hard-wearing, and...
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