Launched in 1968, the Roma was released as an all round training shoe. This Limited Edition is a 1-1 re-issue back in its original spec and color-way. The upper is a clean silhouette of white team royal in a plush leather with super soft suede overlays. Subtle attention to detail appears with the addition of old school cotton laces as well as the original Puma gold sticker of authenticity in the sockliner.
The Roma, much like many other styles released during the 60’s and 70’s is a style that continues to stand the test of time. A terrace favorite back then, Puma pays tribute with this release to the Roma fans and Azzuri European Champions of 1968.
The other 3 colorways are a more direct tribute to the Italia 68 football team.
All shoes feature the Italia blue football jersey material on the lining referencing Italy's 2 World Cup victories at that time.
The collection is now EXCLUSIVELY available at Sole What?
Fafi's strong presence in the graffiti and fine arts scene was first witnessed on her hometown walls in 1994. Back then, as she was painting and hustling, her sexy, funny, and sometimes aggressive girl characters made the whole world look and help kick-start a whole new graphic language. Speed up a decade and after numerous collaborations with sneaker companies, toy makers, art exhibitions n magazine coverage, she is once again in the spotlight.
This time Fafi teamed up with women's cosmetics giant, MAC. The whole approach to the collaboration is refreshing and certainly targets a more colorful, animated, out-going & younger audience.
In celebration of this collaboration, a trio of Fafi figures were made exclusively by Medicom for MAC.
Sole What? is proud to announce that we have just received our extremely limited allocation of the NB577 x Limited Edt that was created to commemorate the anniversary of the great sneaker store that hails from Singapore. Read more about the inspiration for the shoe on Streething.
The pair will be launched at Sole What? Date: Saturday - 29th March 2008 Time: Noon
The pair comes in a special box
It's Made in England, so expect great quality and craftsmanship
Every pair is exclusively numbered.
Many thanks to New Balance Singapore and Mr M of Limited Edt for the special allocation for the sneaker heads in Malaysia.
With all the Dunk colorways currently on the market, this Dunk High 1 Piece Premium still manages to stand out. Unlike most Dunks, the upper on the Dunk 1 Piece is completely seamless which add to their uniqueness. They are available in ultra-vibrant Lilac Ice/Deep Orange, Seafoam/ Chlorophyll, and Zest/Grey Violet colorways. Plus, they feature soft premium leather, a never seen before “used” look and “Sharpie-like” line markings.
Nike Air Max 1 & Air Safari Supreme Kabutomushi Pack
These AM1 Supreme and Air Safari Supreme are inspired by the Kabutomushi (獨角仙, Japanese rhinoceros beetle) which are normally found in Japan, Korea, Taiwan and China. Different species of Kabutomushi may come with different colors such as brown, green, orange and even in metallic. It is very similar to the colorways of these AM1 and Air Safari .
Nike Dunk Hi Premium in Gold/Black and Dunk Hi Supreme which features premium soft leathers and a glossy snake skin pattern on the heel. Other great benefits include a perforated leather lining/toebox, premium leather tongue and a simple Varsity Red/ Black color scheme.
Part 1 of 4 in the newly formed collaboration effort between Staple x DJ Muro of Japan
Part 2 of 4 in the newly formed collaboration effort between Staple x DJ Muro of Japan
Hip-hop can be so good when it teaches. And so bad when it doesn't!!
One of the best running parties in NYC is the "Rude Movements" founded by Tyler Askew. They currently reside at New York's APT. They run game on the wheels. This tee is Staple's little appreciation for their talents.
Nike HK recently organized a charity art exhibition dubbed "The Power of One" with artistic contributions from the HK art community, celebrities, and the street culture influencers. It was all for a great cause and it's always heart warming to see a mega-company like Nike do their part for the society and at the same time promote the culture to a greater audience too.
Looks like a great event and kudos to our friend, Rodafixa for the pics.