3.0 Trace Olive & Heel Counter Update

With the Tech Rust released just today, tomorrow comes another ultraBOOST drop featuring the 3.0 Trace Olive. The colourway isn’t quite my cup of tea and it certainly won’t beat the 3.0 Trace Cargo or the 1.0 olive UltraBOOSTs. But leaked on-foot shots of the sneaker looks far more appealing, appearing darker in tone, almost like a chocolate colourway instead. Interestingly, it’s releasing with a … Continue reading 3.0 Trace Olive & Heel Counter Update

UltraBOOST 3.0 Tech Rust

The UltraBOOST 3.0 Tech Rust drops tomorrow in Singapore at Adidas Suntec and ION. Painted BOOSTs? SIMPLY A MUST HAVE. The Tech Rust comes with a metallic bronze finish on the BOOST midsoles, coupled with black leather cages that we’ve seen from the last LTD releases. Most prominent difference would be the heel counter, featuring a textured matte black finish similar to a wood-like feel. … Continue reading UltraBOOST 3.0 Tech Rust

Yeezy Cream Whites release

Kanye West’s YEEZYs gets a fresh new release with the cream whites slated to drop on the 29th of April. Word on the streets seem to point out to more pairs being released on these colourway. But it still won’t make it easy to cop a pair nonetheless. These are fire and the first YEEZY V2 releasing in a single solid colourway, concealing the “SPLY 350” … Continue reading Yeezy Cream Whites release

Why Black-Painted Boosts?

Black boosts were the craze when it was first rumoured to be released. There was so much hype when the first Triple Blacks were released. Owing much to the hype, that’s probably why we’ve seen a few already being released this year, with more coloured boosts to come as the months roll by. → Unparalleled Beauty. The colour black symbolizes darkness. But you’re not hiding … Continue reading Why Black-Painted Boosts?