May 9, 2012 BY John Kim / 5
To say Nike Sportswear is selective with its collaborations would be an understatement, but there’s a reason why Hong Kong-based CLOT gets involved in these types of projects. Their most recent cooperative work with NSW was the Tennis Classic dubbed the ‘Museum’, which featured a CLOT-POV on what a sneaker would look like if it were decades old. Of course, one wouldn’t be buying a moldy, tattered pair of kicks, but a 2012 issue in that beat-up style that gives the shoe a distinct character. These were an extremely limited release with 21 Mercer being the lone U.S. release point (the TZ, not the suede version), but it’s been confirmed that UNDFTD’s chapter stores will carry the CLOT x Tennis Classic (a release has been originally set for this Friday, May 11th, but has since been postponed), so take a quick look below for a refresher and we’ll keep you updated on the finalized release date.
This is as weak as the rest of CLOT stuff. The Night Track release in Feb has basically the same metallic silver/red cw and totally smokes it.
LOL.. nice try buddy. Jays aren't everything... But overpriced silver slippers are not the answer either.