Epic doesn't even begin to describe this rap battle. Eagle!
After suffering the the biggest league defeat in history and being named one of the worst football teams in Britain, Madron FC share their surprisingly uplifting story.
Modeled after US military trainers from the 1940s, these sneakers from Reproduction of Found are proof that some silhouettes never go out of style. Each pair is made by hand and features an Italian Cordura nylon canvas upper along with a lace-up front and flat cotton laces. Available in white or olive, the shoes include a stamp with the model name, manufacturing country, and age of the original military model on the insole and box.
Introduced in 1957 and made for Turin tram drivers, Persol's 649 has become one of the brand's most recognizable designs. With an acetate frame, crystal lenses, and flexible Meflecto stems, it's ideal for daily wear. The 649's stature was further cemented when it was worn by Marcello Mastroianni in Divorce, Italian Style. We're offering this classic in Havana tortoise or black, both with Persol's classic and iconic dark green lenses.
We're suckers for a good time-lapse, and Reid Gower took his time to make sure this one was excellent. Shooting winding highways and towering skyscrapers, his first time-lapse opens our eyes to the new meaning of natural phenomenas.
Special effects powerhouse MPC breaks down their creation of alien planets, space crafts, and explosive crash scens for Ridley Scott's summer sci-fi Prometheus.
As an update to the 1990's cult favorite New Balance 997, the new 997H blends a modern lifestyle sneaker silhouette with elements of a trail sneaker. The uppers are made primarily from rugged Cordura fabric, giving them longevity and making them more resistant to scuff, tears, and even water than most sneakers. Two-tone laces and a back pull loop add more outdoor flair to this otherwise street-ready sneaker. To finish things off, a soft foam midsole sits atop the rubber outsole. The whole package wraps up in to a sneaker that is ideal for wear when the city streets are a bit damp and dirty or for a walk out on the trail but you still want the comfort and look of a classic New Balance sneaker.
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