Releasing on Black Friday, here’s an on-feet look at the Medicom Toy x Nike SB Dunk Elite. The latest collab between Medicom and Nike SB has the model dressed in a Black and Grey frayed denim upper that’s very similar to the aesthetic found on the 2005 collaboration. The two-toned design of the upper comes with dual branding on the custom graphic insoles, BEARBRICK DUNK ELITE branding on the heel and NIKE branding on the heel. Below you will find a flexible sole and ultra-responsive Zoom cushioning we’re used to seeing on the slimmed-down Dunk.
Releasing on Black Friday, here’s a good look at the END x Vans OG Old Skool LX Nordic Wool Pack.
This brand new collab between END and Vans consists of two different two-toned iterations of the Vans Old Skool that merge sustainability, fashion and the Danish way of living onto its design. Ideal for the sidewalk and skateboard, the shoes come dressed in turtle dove woolen uppers paired up with a natural leather sidestripe. Marshmallow hues and a gum rubber outsole complete the aesthetics of the shoe. Get a look at both colorways above and look for the END x Vans OG Old Skool LX Nordic Wool Pack to release on November 24th exclusively at END for the retail price of $95. If you want a pair, you must enter their draw which concludes on November 23rd.
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A model like the adidas NMD R1 has such a versatile design, the the possibilities appear to be endless. Next up is this predominantly mesh version that utilizes wool, but only on the heels. Let’s get a closer look.
Said to be a JD Sports (UK retailer) exclusive, the adidas NMD R1 comes dressed in a Core Black mesh upper. The same hue is noted on the branding, Three Stripes, laces, lining, heel tab, EVA inserts and rubber outsole. Providing contrast (color and texture) is the Grey wool noted on the heels of the shoe as well as the White placed on the Boost midsole. Wool heels anyone? If you like what you see, pick up this adidas NMD R1 directly from JD Sports today.
Carl Sagan’s mixtape for aliens is finally available.
NASA’s Golden Voyager Record will receive its first proper release after being crowdfunded by a successful Kickstarter campaign last year.
Conceived with the help of Carl Sagan as a “bottle into the cosmic ocean”, the 1977 record contains songs and sounds documenting humanity should extra-terrestrials ever find it.
It features music ranging from Bach to Louis Armstrong, Chuck Berry’s ‘Johnny B. Goode’ to Stravinsky’s Rite Of Spring. It also includes a wide selection of world music, the word “Hello” in 55 languages and a suite of field recordings titled ‘The Sounds of Earth’ which you can stream below.