May 9, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 14
Sneakerheads know all about how important colors can be, everything from the signature shades that give popular releases their nicknames to the standouts among those that set wider trends. It’s those large-scale cultural movements that the visual buffet that is Pantonism offers immediately upon your first visit, its arrangement of fashion into intuitive color skews that give insight into the overlap between labels each season. In the case of Ronnie Fieg this spring, a special mixture of grey and blue come together to define his appropriated ‘Steel Blue’ colorway on the New Balance 999 and some of the visuals that inspire their elegance. Click through to see some new shots of the shoe itself and let us know how which color skew best defines your current look.
Been a long time fan of Ronnie since his DavidZ days, definite cop if I can -- heard they are a global release so hopefully that heightens the odds
While the sheep over at the Air Jordan Category on this website drool over 180 dollars shoes that aren't even worth the price tag I'll be copping these at Kith Nyc :)
NB materials are so on point it's ridiculous. But like every Ronnie Fieg collab I have exactly zero chance of copping.
these will probably be around $160 bucks and you'd actually get the quality that you pay for. not like some other brand...