Nike Covers the SB Dunk Low in Neutral Shades

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for the folks over at Nike Skateboarding. With its SB Air Force 2 collaboration with Supreme all but in the books, the label is returning some love to its older models with a new look for the SB Dunk Low. The latest iteration of the sneaker sees a pattern similar to that of the rumored Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Shadow,” with a variety of different neutral tones color-blocked against one another. Black and grey overlays contrast one another on the shoe’s upper, while a different shade of grey occupies the shoe’s laces and toe box. The same pattern is brought down to the sole, where the white rubber midsole is countered by a darker shade of grey for the shoe’s outsole.

There is currently no set date on when we can expect to see the latest Nike SB Dunk Low colorway come out. If past SB Dunk Low releases are any indication, you can expect to see this colorway on the shelves of different Nike Skateboarding retailers for around $90 USD. For more on the SB Dunk model, take a look at the high cut silhouette in “Triple Black.”

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TV Series Spotlights the 'Unsolved' Murders of Tupac Shakur & Notorious B.I.G. 

USA network has revealed the first official trailer for its new true crime drama, Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. The upcoming, scripted TV series centers upon the inexplicable deaths of the hip-hop legends. Westworld actor Jimmi Simpson helms the role of a LAPD detective named Russell Poole who works with fellow investigators, Bokeem Woodbine and Josh Duhamel from Fargo, as they work to resolve both respective cases.

“There is a very real possibility that the murder of Biggie Smalls is directly related to the murder of Tupac,” Poole expressed in the trailer. Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. will officially launch on USA network sometime in 2018.

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A Closer Look at the New Balance M530 VCC in "Tan"

New Balance is continuing to roll out its impressive fall lineup with a “Tan” colorway of the M530 VCC model. This time around, New Balance uses a light brown color to drape the shoe’s suede upper. This material is combined with an underlayer constructed from perforated leather. A few white details also find their way onto the sneaker’s upper, most notably on the heel tab and for the outlining of the New Balance branding along the outer side. The shoe’s style is matched by the extra comfort provided on the shoe’s interior, where a textile lining helps ease the foot that much more. The entire upper rests atop a white rubber midsole and is finished off with a bright red outsole that adds some contrast to the shoe’s softer tones.

You can grab yourself a pair of the “Tan” New Balance M530 VCCs in select sizes from various NB retailers like Afew for €120 EUR (just over $140 USD). Take a look at a few on-foot shots above and for more on what New Balance has been up to lately, take a look at the two newest colorways of the 991 model.

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Syndrome Slams Big Pharma in New "SIDE EFFECTS" Capsule

Syndrome is a new, innovative fashion brand based in Montreal that creates sustainable garments. The fledgling imprint is also one to utilize 360 virtuality reality experiences and conceptual videos to present its eclectic range of designs. For its latest “Phase 03 – SIDE EFFECTS” capsule, the label teamed up with the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal to purvey graphic T-shirts and shorts entirely constructed out of polyester. Collectively, the capsule “is a response to Big Pharma’s poisoning of society,” said the founder, Simpa.

Take a look at the lookbook above modeled by Canadian rapper Rymz and head over to Syndrome’s official website to purchase all pieces.

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