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Puma Clyde GCC

Posted by Wish ATL on March 10, 2017 in Product

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The Clyde combines a classic and stylish silhouette with the heritage and the legacy of Clyde Fraizer. With design cues that reflect back upon the old school nature of basketball shoes, the Clyde utilises a leather dominant upper to showcase the shoe’s class, in addition to a number of different materials. The Clyde GCC pack features an eyecatching combination of red and green colours adorning its colourways, sure to be a hit with the brand-conscious sneakerhead.; Brand Color is Puma Black-High Risk Red.

Stussy Spring ’17

Posted by Wish ATL on March 9, 2017 in Product

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Spring ’17 delivers a considered range of Stüssy classics, American sportswear, and modern updates to iconic styles. The diverse offering this season focuses on variety in fabric choices and colour. With a careful edit through the Stüssy lens, each piece in the collection speaks true to our brand identity.

Velour, seersucker, satin, lightweight corduroy, linen blends and terry compliment a range of bleach and washed out over dyed fabrics in a warm weather palette. As part of Stüssy’s world tour cities, the Spring 2017 collection delivers a subtly surreal take on contemporary urban life.

You can shop the looks from this collection on our web shop or Little 5 location.

Vans curated by Our Legacy

Posted by Wish ATL on February 22, 2017 in Product

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This spring, Vault by Vans collaborates with Stockholm-based menswear powerhouse, Our Legacy. The outcome includes Vans’ classic footwear silhouettes in bold orange, black and white colorways and timeless Vans apparel basics including a pullover sweatshirt and graphic tees that convey a striking blend of street culture and high quality design. The collection is directly inspired by an interpretation of Californian skate, surf and hardcore punk culture in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s.