Sale Alert: adidas Tech Super 2.0


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 Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2014

Here’s a quick heads up on a Sale Alert for this pair of adidas Tech Super 2.0. You can now grab a pair on adidas.com for $77.99 (USA Only). They only have a few sizes left; 7.5, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 13. They also run true to size. Grab them here.

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camerasNsneakers: New Balance M997GY OG Retro


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Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2014

A few days ago I UNDS’d one of the most anticipated retro releases from New Balance, the M997GY. Talk about quality, shape, materials and details. This has it all. Just like last years NB M990GRY 30th anniversary, these came out in limited release world-wide (Those that missed on the 990GRY will get another opportunity to buy it again next year). The make-up comes in the classic New Balance grey. A hue that pretty much goes with whatever outerwear you choose. Basically, It’s one of those rare gems that everyone should have in their closet. Material wise, it’s stitched upper is fixed with beautiful buttery pigskin suede, mesh and various details throughout the shoe that you can view in these photos. For me, it’s the best general release of the year 2014. I don’t think there’s any other GR that can come close to this from an overall quality standpoint.  Enjoy the other photo…

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F.O.T.B.: Saucony x BAIT Shadow Original “Cruel World 3 – Global Warming”


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 Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2014

I was lucky once again and received the email to purchase the latest BAIT collaboration. This time it’s part 3 from their dope Saucony Original “Cruel World” series and what a banger it is. For me, this is probably their best saucony collaboration. Not saying that the others weren’t good, because they were, but this one here has some of the nicest mix of materials of the 3. Perfect for the coming cold weather. Unfortunately, I’m really caught up in some photo work and I’m in the process of changing around my work station, so I took these really quick photos for you to see. I focused on the details so you can have a better look of the materials. Materials like the premium leather, supple wolverine silk suede, and tiger heather textile which is my favorite accent on the shoe. You can see it on the quarter, heel, ankle lining and the back of the tongue. There’s also a 3M Saucony logo and a clear blue outsole.. As of late, BAIT has been pushing out a lot of good color-ways and make-ups; looking very forward to the adidas collab. Currently this is my favorite Saucony collaboration for 2014. Right next to ENDs Saucony Burger. Enjoy the images…

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ASICS x Good Will Out Gel Lyte V “KOYO”


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About time someone jumped into the arena with a ‘Really GOOD’ ASICS collaboration in 2014. So far, in my humble opinion, it’s been a very disappointing ASICS x (insert brand here) collaboration year. Everything has been boring, and ugly; shoes that had me plenty of times saying, ‘What The Fuck Is That?”. Well, except for the re-launch of the Sneaker Freaker ‘Alvin Purple’ and a couple of the BAIT collabs. Anyway, The Good Will Out came through nicely with this make-up and story behind it’s color-way dubbed, Koyo (Colorful leaves are to the Japanese autumn what cherry blossoms are to Spring. The viewing of autumn leaves has been a popular activity in Japan for centuries and today draws large numbers of travelers to famous koyo spots both in the mountains and in the cities)…

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Coming Soon: New Balance x JCrew 998 “Concrete Jungle”


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Here’s a look at the next New Balance and JCrew collaboration. It’s another made in the USA NB 998 model and this time they are taking in the colors of army camouflage. From the looks of it, it introduces that army green again we’ve seen them use on one of their prior releases. They mixed that up with grass green, tan, brown and orange accents through out the shoe to create this 998 “Concrete Jungle”. If you don’t get “Concrete Jungle”, well it’s simple. Camouflage on your feet for walking the streets. It’s definitely not as clean as their Independence or Inferno colorways though. It’s a bit busy, but I guess that’s taking cue from the camouflage pattern itself. Overall the story is executed well, but it could have been better without that grey mesh. I believe it throws off the shoe a bit….

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