Some innovations seem so inevitable once they’re out there that you wonder just why no one has thought of them before.
There are countless examples of street style and Army chic colliding on all those suddenly-trendy, military-inspired sneakers and boots. Still, a new model from Palladium are a sight for eyes sore from all the garish camo patterns we’ve seen in the past.
If you’ve ever dropped top dollar on some fancy kicks, all for nightfall to render them entirely undetectable and leave you devoid of any compliments, have no fear. These bold new kicks from Nike may be the flashiest on the market—as they literally glow in the dark.
Back to the Future: Part II promised children of the ’80s that they would haveauto-lacing sneakers by the year 2015. Nike’s a year late, but 100 of its long-awaited Nike Mags are now available through the luck of the draw.
We wouldn’t describe driving shoes as a fad, but we would recommend that you actually wear them to drive in – at least part of the time. Also that you invest in the kind of car that can live up to your footwear.
Greubel Forsey, launched in 2004 by Robert Greubel and Stephen Forsey in La Chaux-de-Fonds, isn’t the most famous Swiss luxury watch brand, but it’s starting to do some really incredible work.