We know the expectation for this one new jordans has been great ever since a few unauthorized images discovered their way out a few several weeks returning.Illustrating from two of Nike’s all-time preferred designs, the Koston X HERITAGE is a exclusive multiple of the Eric Koston 1 crossbred with one of Frost’s individual preferred Wholesale Nike Free Run Shoes.athletic footwear, the similarly famous Nike Air Max 90. A smash hit partnership if there ever was one, but do not get it twisted: this is not no spud go job easily smacked together by some footwear Frankenstein, but a complete renovation individually monitored by Koston himself in his common hands-on strategy to create sure information came out just right.The apparent factor that leaps out with the KostonX HERITAGE is the development of the rubberized back again and back again heel information, but there happens to be whole lot more going on here. Moreover to its full-length Lunarlon sole, the Koston 1 provides the most ideal empty standing for the made receiver and curly seamwork that are traditional basics of the Air Max 90 style. While the KostonX HERITAGE symbolizes a brilliant and inquisitive trial and error, it continues to be first and major a high-performance skateboarding Air Jordan Shoes wholesale shoes. Koston would not have it any other way.“When the 90 came out, it became an immediate traditional. It has handled to maintain a longevity basically because of how fed up the style is. It’s been through some other remixes like the Blend, No cost, and Vac Technical that were all awesome, so why not let me take a break at it?
On a recent trip to New York, Vizio Optic owner Galina Rabkin headed to Vision Expo to check out the 2013 collections from our favorite brands. Not only did she discover the new and exciting WOOW eyewear from Face a Face, but she got to meet the masterminds behind the most creative and beautiful frames in fashion.Here she is with Thomas Lafont, chief designer of Lafont eyewear. Color is one of the defining characteristics of this French brand, as you can easily tell with the bright and bold setup of their VisionExpo booth.“Essentially people’s wardrobes consist of navy blue, black or dark brown. My job as a designer is to escort both the optician and the consumer to a new idea of color and offer them a new story,” Lafont recently told 20/20 Magazine.You may notice the background of this booth looks a little familiar, just another stunning photo that’s part of the Robert Marc City Garden Collection. Photographed here with Mr. Marc himself, Galina loved the juxtaposition of urban life with natural scenery that is the inspiration of his 2013 line. Check out more photos of the Robert Marc booth at VisionExpo on Facebook, where you can see his Spring Show in full bloom.
We are so excited to share with you yet another feature in a national magazine with Lafont eyewear! In this week’s Star, the celebrity magazine’s fashion experts shared Lafont Hampton sunglasses in purple for one of its “6 Lucite Looks!” Transparent accessories are the style of the season!Alongside Stuart Weitzman heels and Solange Knowles’ cool CC Skye lucite clutch, this standout accessory gives your outfit a stylish edge this spring. Especially since, like the clutch, Hampton has vibrant color, so when light shines through it, the purple is illuminated and bright.Vizio Optic is thrilled to once again be listed as the choice retailer for Lafont sunglasses, we work hard to provide a wonderful service to you and are excited for the many more faces we can brighten up with a bold pair of high-end glasses.We’ve seen the clear hats in CHANEL’s latest eyewear campaign and have given you plenty of suggestions for cool transparent glasses – but springtime is more about color than anything, and we love that Hampton keeps up with the trends but adds its own little twist, making this frame one unique and fabulous item. Pair it with an all-white ensemble to let the color truly show, or complement the colors of a floral dress with this purple frame. How would you style these shades?
This spring, we’re celebrating something special – our 8th birthday! When we opened in 2004, our dream was to bring a new and different eyewear selection to the Boston area that allowed our friends in the community to express themselves in a unique way. Since then, we’ve gone international with our online shop and have won several Best of Boston awards from Boston Magazine – achievements we owe entirely to you! And we have something special for you this month to show our gratitude.Many beautiful frames have come and gone in the last eight years, but some great styles still remain. Each member of the Vizio Optic team has chosen their favorite frame to highlight for our anniversary, ones that have stood the test of time and some new arrivals that are sure to have a long-term presence in our shop. Without further ado, here are our favorite styles of designer eyewear from over the years:As a thank you to you, our wonderful customers, we are offering $50 towards any of these frames (in any color) until June 30, 2013. Price will be adjusted at checkout when you enter the code HAPPY8. For frames that are not available online (Face a Face Bocca 4, Cecile, and Vue dc DOT), we are able to process your order with the promotional price via phone or email.
Nike Roshe One Premium Plus “White/Black”
Introducing a brand new iteration of the Roshe Run silhouette, Nike has unveiled the latest Roshe One Premium Plus in a black and white colorway. The upper is rendered with a striped motif and is constructed with a classic mesh base and complex covering of TPU stripes along the body. A solid black heel counter and Swoosh branding adds eye-catching accents to the sneaker, directly contrasting the stark white midsole. Although the black and white model is shown here, the new offering will also be available in vibrant colorations of Racer Blue and Bright Crimson. The new Roshe One Premium Plus retails for $110 USD and is available at select stockists such as Rock City Kicks.
Nike Takes Inspiration From Okinawa’s Cherry Blossoms for Latest Roshe One
Nike‘s Roshe One silhouette is already simple and minimal, so mixing it up with the zen nature of Japanese cherry blossoms seems to be a no-brainer. The Dylan Raasch-designed shoe was inspired by serenity and zen anyway, so this Cherry Blossom iteration of the now Retro favorite is definitely worth a double take. While it’s not explicitly feminine due to its black and white color palette, the shoe features subtle patterns and overall, the cherry blossoms aren’t immediately discernible, making this shoe adequate for anyone. Expect these to hit Nike retailers soon.
Obsessed with galaxy print? Me too. There are many different things you can do to the galaxy to give it depth, making the image something you stare at for long hours. Deep deep outer space is the goal. Above the stratosphere. We recently used the Nike Roshe Run as the base shoe for the galaxy design. Check out the pictures below and let me know what you think. Use your tax refund and buy them HERE.
Nike Roshe Run Woven Pack
Nike continue to update their most popular silhouettes with premium materials with high levels of detail and technical features. This Spring, we see the Roshe Run’s re-worked, applying Nike’s woven technique to the upper as seen on the likes of the Woven Foot-scapes and Mayfly.
The Nike Roshe Run is best known for being lightweight and comfortable and this latest version proves to be even more so. Woven detailing features on the toe box and leads up to the laces for a sleek look. The shoe is constructed from from soft leather on the upper and suede panelling on the heel. The sole unit is made up of NM (Natural Motion) which further enhances the shoes streamlined look.
By incorporating Flyknit, according to the brand, the shoe is the lightest Air Max 1 released by the brand. But legendary Nike designer Tinker Hatfield — the man behind of the original Air Max 1 — did not design the shoe. Instead, he handed the reins to Ben Yun for the upcoming release.
“I clearly have a strong affinity for the Air Max; however, it’s even more fun and amazing to watch our younger design and development teams operate,” he said. “Design innovation is picking up speed around here, and a perfect example is through Flyknit. It’s getting lighter and more zoned for performance than I could ever have imagined.”Yun’s design includes Flyknit, the first time the Air Max 1 has been paired with the material, which also boasts open Flyknit construction in the toe and tongue for ventilation and close construction in the heel for support, according to the brand.
“Firstly, the tooling is the most comfortable, the most lightweight that we have had so far on this shoe: it hardly feels like you’re wearing a shoe at all,” Yun said. “Secondly, [it] feels like you’re wearing a T-shirt or a sweater in the way that it really conforms and fits to your own foot. Thirdly, we wanted to eliminate as much excess material and design as possible to stay true to the original shoe: no distraction inside or outside.”
Since early January, we have learned more about what it is Nike will have in store for Nike Air Max Day and now it looks like that lineup has another new addition in the form of another Nike Air Max 1 model. The Nike Air Max 1 ‘Masters of Air’ features a premium black leather upper with a “What The” patterned mud-guard that includes various materials and color schemes used on many Nike silhouettes. These colors and materials include; OG Red, Safari, Patta, Leopard, Zebra and Viotech. The colorway is said to be in connection with the short documentary that Nike put out about avid Air Max collectors. There is no word on the official release date but expect this shoe to drop during the week of Air Max Day, March 26th and more than like for a pretty based on the premium materials used. For more news and updates, keep it locked to SneakerWatch!
“I just was sitting at a café while we were filming for our last video in Seattle, and I just drew up a hockey jersey,” he remembers. Anderson sent the drawing to Beaverton, and in time the sketch became the basis for a capsule offering which pulls together the jersey, Nike Icon Hoodie, Nike Shield Coaches jacket and sunglasses. The collection is rounded out by a pair of bright yellow Nike SB Bruin Hyperfeel but does not include trousers. At 6’ 4”, it’s not easy for Anderson to find a perfect pant fit.
The 40-year-old cares deeply about the way clothes feel. He’s fluent in the nuances of the consummate white T-shirt and believes the world needs a new size, “Large Extra,” to fill a vast void for those who need a little space but don’t want to swim in a boxy cut.
For instance, the average hockey jersey is made to cover pads, requiring large armholes and over-broad shoulders. “Often hockey jerseys are built so huge. I could kind of get away with wearing them, because I’m a big guy, but I had one that was like a rock ‘n’ roll merch kind that I got from some website,” says Anderson.
“I sent it to campus to be like, ‘Hey guys, let’s follow this pattern,’” he continues. “The wrists and the forearms are not super baggy and wavy. The fitting is great.”
The piece, which comes in yellow or black, is adorned with a brash jaguar head, captain’s “C” and a Swoosh, hand drawn by Anderson himself (“It is a little off kilter and imperfect, which I think is so rad,” he says.) His graphic sensibility also extends to the BA Icon Hoodie that Anderson describes as having “nice and chunky” embroidery.
“When I did that, I looked up old ’80s Nike stuff. And some of the logos were so huge,” he explains. “So I thought, ‘Why not make it that way, instead of some subtle thing…just put the logo on blast.’”
As for the jacket, Anderson says, “It’s chill.” On the sunglasses, he’s extended the patterning of the jersey graphic onto the frames. And, those yellow Bruins have a “really good” upper.
The Nike Air Max 90 GS “Metallic Bronze” is a special edition Grade School release of the Nike Air Max 90 releasing this fall.
Dressed in a Metallic Red Bronze upper, the shoe is accented with hints of White detailing on the inner liner, as well as the midsole. Completing the shoe is a matching Bronze insoles and Black rubber outsoles.
Check out the detailed images below and look for the Nike Air Max 90 GS “Metallic Bronze” to release very soon at select Nike Sportswear retail stores.UPDATE: You can now find the Nike Air Max 90 GS “Metallic Bronze” available at retailers like Afew