This was pretty cool. The Two9 Boys got there apparel in Wish recently. Good look guys. Go check it out. Cop something HERE @Two9 / @wishatl
HERE. @LucidFC / @Lucid_Betts / @Lucid_Chet lucidfc.us
Since we’re in the 90’s now…these. That is all. No but really though big fan of this style and and you can’t beat the infrared color way. It’s basically a hit every time Nike uses it. I love the look of the shoe and really it merits the purchase on that alone but I do wish it had more utility. I mean you may be able to shoot around some and go for a little jog but definitely wouldn’t pick up a serious game or going for a real run in these but that’s basically a gripe with most shoes. It’s hard to have it both ways. They gave us the white now we got the black which of course you need to come out of the pocket a tad more for but worth it I believe. *peeped the shoe via HYPEBEAST @nike
Okay so it seems like the boy Curtis Williams (of Two9) is dropping a clothing line by the name of PTA (Pass the Ammo) and it seems like it may be some really dope stuff. If you have been paying any kind of attention to him you will have already caught hints of anime influence sneaking into certain aspects of his image and it seems like this is no different with the first piece, which contains original artwork done by Curtis himself, having a custom gundam helm which is just to dope. This may be early but I’ll go ahead and say I’m all for this line. Pre-Orders start Now! passtheammo.us @PTARELL / @ThatBoyCurtis
To slick. I mean these are just way to clean. The black on pink. I mean soon as I passed them I was just like “…really.” For everybody who is still on their SB game. The man, the legend, Eric Koston. Hit more for the video and more shots. Continue Reading
Via: AllIExperince.com Last night I stopped by KXNG‘s release party for their clothing line, which is quickly gaining attention in Atlanta. It was a nice crowd, good music, and free drinks. “There is no I in KxNG…Only those who see Eye to Eye.” The party was held at City of Ink, home of Tattoo Artist Corey Davis, who also has his own line of clothes, Plush.357. Baby Baby’s Fontez and FartherOut were also in the building. All in all, I had a good time. The energy was good, I met cool people and I’ll probably be going there to get my next tattoo.
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