Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Dookie Green

Nike Dunk High - Urban Haze / Baroque Brown
Release: 12/09

Upcoming Dunks

Nike Dunk High Splatter
Fall of 09
Nike is keeping their nose to the grind as they continue to drop fresh new concepts for the classic Dunk silhouette. Images of two interesting Dunk High models have just emerged and it appears that there are still plenty of ways to help the design to evolve. One new Dunk High follows the lead of some other recent colorways, using a splatter pattern across the rear panel of the shoe. Even without the splatter, these kicks would still be among the bolder recent Dunk colorways, using shades of yellow, green, orange and dark grey on a variety of upper materials. The other new Dunk, keeps things a little simpler, but still offers an eye-catching look with a black/white/neon orange color scheme. Both pairs are expected to be a part of Nike’s fall ‘09 collection, which means that they should probably be hitting select retailers in the near future.
Nike Dunk Coraline

Nike Dunk High Coraline
are a release limited of 2,000 pairs given Coraline movie goers. The Coraline Dunk high tops celebrate the production of Coraline. None of the Coraline Dunks were made available to retail. The Nike Coralines were a genius conception by designer Rob Heppler to serve as a promotional vehicle for the Laika animation movie.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

QK Octagon


Nike Dunk Presentation

{Nike Dunk High Supreme -08- Olympic}

Every Dunk Fan Dream!!!!

Style: 324759-001
Color: Black/Black

My Thought
These shoes are a new addition to the Nike Dunk High Supreme collection. Its been said that they were released right before the Beijing Olympics so consider the shoes be tied with the Olympics in two ways, its name and the time of release. If so i think this is the most fascinating shoe Ive ever seen.. By it being tied into the Olympics makes it worth your while.

The accent of the sneaker features black nylon, while the rest of the base is black leather, with the exception of the black patent leather swoosh. The fine colored octagon details, featured on all parts of the uppers, are reminiscent of the Chinese Ba Gua mirrors related to Feng Shui. According to Feng Shui, the mirror is shaped like an octagon to symbolize eight different elements of nature. They are supposed to ward of evil spirits and bring fortune and good luck.
Purchasing :
The Rivington Club
158 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002
TEL: (212) 375-8128