A while back I posted the collaboration between Maharishi and Adidas on the Stan Smiths. I didn’t know when I posted that article, that Adidas would be doing a lot of other collaborating with various street wear brand such as Maharishi and Nom de Guerre and X-Large for their Five-Two 3 project. Read More
One of my favourite street wear brands has always been Maharishi. I like them for many reasons one of them being because they’re British and I support the home team. Never been a huge fan of Adidas though. It’s mostly because in the error I grew up Nike was the dominant brand in the sneaker marker, they had all the sponsorships. Michael Jordan, Penny Hardaway, Charles Barkley were all Nike players. Read More
So this was a very important episode of Stock Room. Your boy Maze gave us the break down of all the May release dates, which is a very important month in sneakers as that’s when all the Summer shoes drop. Not only that we got a look at the Air Jordan V “Raging Bull” pack (nicknamed the DeNiro’s by me). He gave us the reason to why the pack is in the colours it is in and how it relates to Michael himself.
I believe Adidas has caught on that too successfully appeal to the new street wear audience they have to do like street wear has done and smarten up. So first the SLVR which let’s face it, is a move up and not too shabby at all. Read More
Some of you may heard, for those who haven’t Adidas have introduced a new line to their style series. The SLVR line follows a very simple philosophy with their style, which is the clothing in this line has to be “Simply Perfect”. That means they’ve made a line which looks impeccable but is very simplistic at the same time, this creates clothing that may not get you many looks because of it’s sheer lack of subtlety but you can guarantee your clothes will look fashionable forever because classics never go out of style. Read More
You know I almost got tired of sneakers, they just weren’t cutting it anymore I needed something more classy and the what do you know. Jeremy Scott with the hook up. These are freagin dope, I like the collaboration that Jeremy Scott has been doing Adidas a lot. Read More