Parisian store Colette, which has been one of Europe’s it store’s for design, art, culture and fashion for close to 18 years, have come together with Los Angeles UNDEFEATED, one of the most recognised brands in the world within sneaker community, for the first instalment of the much anticipated ‘Sneaker Exchange.’ Both brands are renown for their approach to collaboration, inviting some of the most influential creatives in the world to co-create products, this time, with adidas at the core. In this first instalment of adidas Consortium’s most ambitious collaboration series to date, we see influence from Paris and Los Angeles on the EQT Support and Campus 80s.
The Sneaker Exchange is about beautiful footwear foremost, but it also establishes a platform to ponder the ideas of time, distance and their changing role in the modern world. It is just this combination that both parties draw inspiration from here, the concept of playing with opposites. Los Angles and Paris are nine time zones and half the world apart.
The pack includes a Campus 80s and EQT. The Campus 80s has a white high-quality leather upper, an off white rubber sole with royal blue lacing and heel. The EQT support is the moodier, night time counterpart. The sole, too, is off-white but dark navy and deep blue shades dominate the model’s upper.
colette and UNDEFEATED deliver a collaboration at its best. Both parties share a common interest in footwear, they used their silhouettes as a template and worked together to establish a common thematic ground for their executions. Two models, mirrored colorways, one clear and consistent theme – the adidas Consortium Sneaker Exchange is available on January 28, 2017 both online and instore at our Moreland Ave location.
The NikeLab Blazer Studio Low and Blazer ADVNCD shoe brings energy to the iconic original with a low-cut profile, new design lines and a premium leather upper. The Blazer was introduced by Nike Basketball in 1972 and has since transformed into a modern style staple. Maturing from a simple canvas high top to a leather mid top and casual low top, this shoe just gets better with age.
The NikeLab Blazer Studio Low and Blazer ADVNCD are now available at our Moreland Ave location as well as through phone orders at (404) 880-0402.
Back in 2006, Nike designers began a mission to re-craft iconic sports apparel in the most technical materials they could find. The ubiquitous American varsity jacket was an obvious choice for the experiment that would become Nike Sportswear. After some years the technique is improved. The latest Nike Destroyer Jacket is crafted with a comfortable wool blend and an insulated lining to lock in heat, while premium leather sleeves provide durability and a classic look.
Both the Nike Destroyer Jacket and Air Jordan Retro 12 Low are now available at our Moreland Ave location as well as through phone orders at (404) 880-0402.
Reebok’s continues to innovate the Pump Technology within the silhouette and dates back to the ’80s by providing a unique adjustment option to basketball sneakers. The Reebok Pump Engine keeps things streamlined via its slipper-like design which sports the perfect amount of ventilation for an energizing run or casual wear around town. The trend-appropriate knit-like upper is complemented by Reebok’s Pump Technology, housed within a zigzag like graphic which goes around the model.
The Reebok Pump Supreme Engine is available in both Lead and Cable Grey colorways online and at our Moreland Ave location.
Throughout his career, the Black Mamba played with an unmatched drive for greatness. The Kobe XI Elite 4KB “Lost Ghost” is built to these standards of greatness, equipped with a lightweight Nike Flyknit upper and a drop-in Lunarlon sockliner featuring Zoom Air cushioning in the heel. Innovative in appearance, the Kobe XI Elite 4KB “Lost Ghost” features a liquid lime color way. Kobe’s latest release’s Saturday, December 24rd in-store at our Moreland Avenue location.
Christmas is coming early this year as Jordan Brand will release the Air Jordan Retro 3 “Rio Teal” in kids sizes. Featuring a Black, Rio Teal, Metallic Gold and White colorway, the Air Jordan Retro 3 “Rio Teal” will be available Saturday, December 24th in-store at our Moreland Avenue location.
The Air Jordan 1 “Storm Blue” will be making it’s long awaited return. Originally released in 1985, this classic Jordan silhouette features leather across the uppers while Storm Blue lands on the overlays, Nike Swoosh and around the toe. The Air Jordan 1 “Storm Blue” is set to release Friday, December 23rd in-store at our Moreland Avenue location.
adidas Originals and Canadian brand Wings + Horns have partnered for the release of their FW16 collection. This premium release is packed with innovative manufacturing techniques, clean-cut silhouettes and Japanese-inspired detailing. The collection contains bonded hoodies, crewnecks, trackpants, slim-fit knit tees, quilted vests and bomber jackets as well as a premium ZX Flux ADV X model and an updated version of the timeless Gazelle 85.
The adidas Originals by Wings + Horns FW16 collection is set drop in-store and online on September 8, 2016.