Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Nike Sportswear Tech Knit 2.0 & Supreme New York X Nike Blazer Low GT SneakersDenham The Jeanmaker Jeans Nike Nike Sportswear Sneakers Supreme New York visvim What Did I Wear Today Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Seems like I have acquired more clothing than footwear to kick off 2017, let's be honest I don...
Seems like I have acquired more clothing than footwear to kick off 2017, let's be honest I don't really need anymore sneakers... Although I am pretty sure that is blasphemy, in fact I think I heard someone scream somewhere, probably have to spin round three times and spit or something like that.
Anyway I have been a long time fan of Nike Sportswear (NSW) all the way back to my Nike Blitz Parka Gore Tex jacket from back in 2011, which still stands up today in terms of style and function. Lately you have probably seen me sporting a variety of versions of the Nike Tech Hero Hoodie, which is a phenomenal piece of functional clothing. I have to take my hat off to Nike they definitely deliver with this cross functional street/sport style clothing.
The latest piece in their arsenal, the Nike Sportswear Tech Knit 2.0 is a superb piece of design, combining clean simple aesthetic and fit and also bringing Nike's extensive levels of tech to the party. Another catch all piece that I would be happy to hit the gym in and equally provides the high level of style, fit and function I demand from my streetwear.
On feet I had to break out one of my favourite pairs from 2016 the Supreme New York X Nike Blazer Low GT 'Cannon' sneakers. I am a nut for anything Slate/Teal/Powder Blue in colour so these are right up there for me. Lately I can't seem to stop wearing these Denham Razor VIS raw selvedge jeans, another high quality piece of denim construction from the guys at Denham the Jeanmaker. I just love the fit on these and for me cuffed raw denim like this always look spot on with some low top skate shoes.
Needless to say I am never without one of my Visvim packs and this 20L Ballstic mustard pack is fast becoming one of my favourites. Another incredible piece of design and function, but I expect nothing less from Hiroki Nakamura and Visvim, of course coming out of Japan so hardly surprising.