Nike teases Back to the Future shoes, creepily leaks the contents of Marty McFly's closet (video)

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Nike is rounding up shoe-nerds (and Back to the Future fans) to taunt them with futuristic metal shield glasses, 1980s candy, and a personal messages from Doc Brown? Could this shoe-filled YouTube tease (uploaded by DocEmmettBrown88) mean that Nike is bringing nerdom's coolest kicks back from the future? Probably. After all, you don't patent power-laces just to make a normal shoe, do you?

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Stussy x Champion “Rochester Collection”

The Rochester vintage collection from Stussy and Champion consists of a series of worn sweatshirts and jackets just in time for the new school year. The collection includes university-inspired logos with pigment dyed graphics for a rugged look. Although the collection looks worn, the pieces are made with high-quality fabrics designed to last for years. Look for the Rochester collection to go on sale Saturday, September 10th at all Stussy chapter stores.



Fashion’s Night Out this year is going to be a big event for Bape and BBC. If you don’t already know what Fashion’s Night Out is, it’s an event where the flyest of the flyest (Yeezy, Pharrell, Me, etc.) show up at stores for one-of-a-kind parties, sales, and items. In the past years, Bape has released the sought after Kid Cudi Party Tee (you can get ‘em for over $100 at least) and has had some amazing sales, along with the appearance of Kanye, Nigo, and Cudder. BBC has had sales as well, along with a N*E*R*D performance in the middle of West Broadway and a meet-and-greet with Skateboard P himself. Gotta love FNO.

These two brands, BBC and Bape, have always been brother and sister. It’s like you know they’re alike, but they’d never make a baby, you know what I mean? No? Well, Nigo helped Pharrell start BBC up and get the manufacturing done, with the same market scheme: high prices, limited quantity. In terms of the actual style, however, they were on two totally different planets. Bape had always possessed a Japanese flare (well duh, Nigo’s Japanese…). BBC, on the other hand, was more about things that relate to a billionaire’s lifestyle, with a little childish and ostentatious vibe blended in. I had always thought that these brands were meant to be separate, and would never meet on the design level. This has all changed, with BBC and Bape’s little announcement on the FNO website this morning:

Adidas Originals Inline Archive Gazelle Indoor

The adidas Originals Inline Archive collection presents a new version of its all-time favorite Gazelle. The terrace favorite loses its signature vulcanized outsole in-favor of a special opaque cup sole design. The sneaker comes in at 25% lighter but loses some of the iconic design which has seen the Gazelle outsole applied throughout so many different styles outside of adidas’ own realm. Available through select retailers this season.


The Nike Air Max 1 will forever be an icon of sneaker ingenuity and classic running design. Today, this 1987 brainchild, has been spotted in yet another colorway that not only accentuates the unique shape, but also makes for a great summer fashion piece. This particular pair features a white mesh and suede base that is accented with obsidian and tonal blue accents on the toe box, mudguard, outsole and top lace eyelets. Is this a pair you’d add to your collection?

Nike Air Max 1

Neutral Grey/Obsidian