April 2012 Page 3 of 11 SNEAKHYPE
Hey could you do me a favor? Can you convince 4 people you know to start looking at the Dopeness daily? If we could get traffic up just a weeeee bit more, then the whole SNEAKHYPE gang can quit our jobs and just serve up Dopeness all day every day. Give the gift of Dopeness. It’s a gift that keeps on giving.
The long line of collaborations from Ronnie Fieg and Asics continues with the GT-II “Super Red 2.0.” The “Super Red 2.0″ GT-II is an updated version of the original “Super Red” Gel Lyte III shoe that Fieg released a couple years ago. The 2.0 features a two-toned outsoles with grey accents and gel cushioning. These will be available in limited quantities this Friday, April 27th, at KITH NYC stores and online.
Today we have another cool product that we found through Kickstarter. The SleakSpeak Bluetooth bike speaker is a wireless speaker that can be easily attached anywhere on your bike, and then connects your phone via Bluetooth. You’ll never have to deal with earbuds or headphones while your riding again.
Nigel Sylvester is everywhere right now. In his latest video from Beats by Dre, Nigel rides through the streets of Barcelona, California, & New York. You may recognize some of the scenes from the first episode of his “Get Sylvester” series.
Vintage Frames Company and jeweler Ben Baller of IFANDCO have collaborated on what could be the most luxurious pair of sunglasses ever made. The Ultra Goliath 2 Diamond Edition sunglasses feature over 2000 diamonds, totaling over 15 carats, which are set in 65 grams of gold. You can special order these through the Vintage Frames website now for $25,000.
Married To The MOB just released a lookbook for their new summer collection. The new lookbook features Curren$y who’s is rockin’ a few pieces from the Married To The Mob mens line.
OBEY THE GIANT is a film about Shepard Fairey and the origin of his OBEY GIANT street art campaign. The film chronicles the Buddy Cianci billboard incident that occurred while Shepard was attending the Rhode Island School of Design. Filmmaker Julian Marshall has now taken to Kickstarter to raise enough money to release the film.