OVO Holiday Lookbook 2015 – After opening a flagship store in Los Angeles, OVO is looking to make waves with the delivery of a new holiday collection. Dropping for cooler climates are an array of jackets, sweats, and fleece that feature references to Drizzy Drake’s top-charting singles. There is also a nice arrangement of OVO-branded gear in new colorways for Drake-devoted loyalists. The collection drops tomorrow, with an online release scheduled for the 16th.
Pigalle x Beats by Dre – Branding can go a long way and lending the Pigalle logo brings a new look to the Beats by Dre headphones. The limited edition Studio Beats arrive with a black glossy finish with white speckle detailing throughout, and the both Pigalle logo are subtly printed in black against the contrasting white interior. The headphones are set to release today in small numbers, and retail is set at $450.
New Balance CRT300 – New Balance has a long tradition of providing running shoes, but they also have some clean tennis sneakers up their sleeves. A new batch of the CRT300 is becoming available, and New Balance had dropped the canvas for uppers that blend nubuck with nylon. The simple tennis sneaker has a clean minimalist look that will drop in four new colors. Look for white, black, red, and green to arrive with the classic perforated “N” logo and comfortable REVLITE technology.
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The North Face HyperAir GTX – The latest GORE-TEX is at the center of The North Face’s most innovative jacket. The HyperAir GTX is touted as the most breathable and waterproof jacket that is made for training and adventures in wet, cold climates. This new GORE-TEX actively redistributes moisture while continuously repelling water to ensure you stay dry on the inside as well as well as the out. This technical jacket is also extremely lightweight, and arrives in stores December 15.
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Saturdays x Porter – Having a few flagship stores in Japan has its perks, and one of them is being close to one of the best accessory makers in the world. Saturdays works with Porter again for a holiday collection of fabric bags that subtly blend the Porter tab with Saturday’s simple diagonal hash. Using a hearty 600-denier poly-oxford fabric, the bags also have a PVC-processed back, and aqua seal zippers. The collection is out now and comprises of a handful of wallets, a waist pouch, a tote, and a series of multi-media cases for your laptop and tablet.
Killspencer x Van Styles – Premium leather goods meets photography talent as Killspencer taps Van Styles on a two-part collection of camera wrist straps. These specialty straps are handcrafted at Killspencer’s Los Angeles workshop in durable black leather. The straps will be embossed in two color options: Noir and Gilded. Both straps retail for $89 and will be available in store and online Monday, December 14.
Nike Kyrie 2 “Effect” – People who hoop regularly know that the popularity of the once-affordable KDs have been since replaced by Kyrie Irving. The Nike Kyrie 2 offers a clean design that is performance driven and priced just right. The latest “Effect” colorway mixes three different patterns across the uppers, and sets it all on a fresh white outsole. Look for this eye-catching colorway to drop next week, December 15.
DSPTCH Black Camo Range – Bad ass bags come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. But there is just “something” about camouflage. DSPTCH’s five year anniversary culminates with the Black Camo collection and features a rustic woodland camouflage pattern across the Ruckpack, Daypack, and Slingpack. All three bags are manufactured in the USA and are available now from the DSPTCH webstore.