Having had much success over the course of the past two seasons, Vans Vault teams up with Taka Hayashi for another round of footwear releases this Fall/Winter 2011. The first offering comes in the form of a revamped Sk8 Hi TH LX in a black suede/leather tonal upper with premium calf-skin leather outsole.
Elsewhere in the Vans Vault line-up, a new style for Fall is the Cuerpo LX made in premium baby-calf high gloss leather. Tough at first touch, the leather will break in quite nicely after a few wears and give that worn in, Brooks Saddle look. Both styles are now available from our Moreland ave. location at a price point of $85 for the Cuerpo LX and $140 for the Sk8 Hi TH LX. Follow the jump for more pictures and phone orders are welcome by calling 404.880.0402 ext #2.
First touching the court before many of us knew what a basketball was, the Jordan 3’s were a staple shoe of Jordan during the 1987-1988 season. The silhouette, which has seen slam dunk championships, MVP awards, as well as All Star games. The new colorway treatment will be releasing this Saturday, September 3, 2011, and will be available for a retail of $150. Phone orders will be welcome after 5:00pm EST on the day of the release.
A special back to school pack, Wish teams up yet again with New York’s Good Wood for a round of schoolhouse inspired beaded bracelets. Taking inspiration from Crayola, Elmer’s Glue and composition notebooks, colorways were interpreted into a wooden, beaded bracelet with the signature Wish S-Man. Available for a limited time, you can pick them up in-store or in our online shop for only $22 each.
Possibly one of the most recognizable designs in footwear, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star shoe was the natural collaboration choice for London-based retail store The Hideout. The Hideout, which champions a refined approach to basics, embraced the Chuck Taylor All Star shoe as an icon of minimal, clean, utilitarian design and chose to emphasize and enhance those elements with subtle details. The result are three all-new, stylish versions of the shoe with two low-tops in heavy duty duck canvas and a high-top in suede. Each feature thoughtful details like triple-needle fabrication that make the shoes more rugged, yet still true to the original design. The triple-stitch detail also evokes quality work-wear and utilitarian clothing, echoing Hideout’s principle of featuring only utility-styled goods. Other details include contrasting canvas heel stripes with stitched leather overlay detailing. Rounding out the design, the shoes look extra crisp and fresh with their clean white soles and a black license plate logo on the heel.
“We view the Chuck Taylor All Star shoe as a perfected everyday item. Its design has transcended generations and subcultures and fits alongside Hideout’s history with street style and our reverence to basics and utility,” says Hideout founder Michael Kopelman.
The Hideout debuted in London in 1999 and has become globally recognized as a top destination for premium streetwear brands. One of London’s original streetwear boutiques, Kopelman’s Hideout has pioneered the movement and the brands associated with it. Utilitarian basics are a hallmark of Hideout’s curated offerings and Kopelman has become widely known as one of the world’s most formidable authorities on streetwear.
You can pick up the First-String Hideouts from our Moreland ave. shop for $70 for the Burgundy and the $80 for the blacks.
Taking inspiration from a Japanese police mascot, Pipo, KAWS joins Medicom Toy for two colorways in the cartoon-esque toy. The vinyl figures are now available at our Moreland Ave shop for only $18. Phone orders are welcome by calling 404.880.0402 ext #2.
The ACG family introduces two new colorways in the Talaria boot for Fall 2011. Initially introduced in 1997, the Talaria is given a boot treatment and set atop a Zoom Air outsole for added cushioning and comfort. The heel sports a rubberized material with the Talaria script enshrined. Retailing for $120 each, the Talaria Boot will be releasing on 8/27 from our Moreland Ave. Shop. They will be available in a Armory Blue colorway and a Canon/Club Purple interpretation.
The market has come to expect a lot more from Vans, the once skate-only footwear brand. Built off the back of skaters everywhere, Vans has since branched out into numerous other markets and demographs. One of our favorite ventures is their California Collection as it blends premium materials and vintage design elements all into a comfortable, wearable classic shoe. Their latest pack, the Era Wingtip CA “Leather/Wool” pack comes in two colorways, Charcoal/Dow and Dark Shadow/Charcoal. Mixing a ultra-soft leather upper with soft wool, the shoe defines the grown skater genre for Fall ’11. You can pick either colorway up in our Moreland ave. shop now, or in our online shop.
We don’t have too many complaints here. Slated to release this Saturday, the Wolf Grey Cement Jordan 2.0’s and Alpha Trunner Max pack will be dropping at our Moreland Avenue shop for retails of $160 and $130, respectively. Both styles are also available in GS sizing for you ladies for retails of $110 for the 2.0’s and $100 for the Trunners.
The Jordan 11 Low IE White/Metallic Silver will also be dropping for a retail of $120. Phone orders will be offered after 5:00pm EST on the day of the release by calling 404.880.0402 ext #2.
Stay tuned for more info, but the Jordan 5 Retro Black/Metallic Silver will be releasing from our Moreland Ave. shop on August 20, 2011, for a retail of $150. Clean…