October 16th, 2012 by Aaron Hope
Nike Sportswear is giving the Air Flightposite its turn as hybrid inspiration for a new ACG boot this season, but if you’re looking for a less familiar zip-up style for the cold weather months, look no further than a brand whose identity was built from recognizing the primary nature of Nike and other major labels’ classics. The Gourmet Dignan returns in the latest case of a sneaker using camouflage for everything other than concealment (keep an eye peeled for additional models in this style coming soon), and is joined by the still un-bitten Ocelot print on the Dieci 2 and 35, as well as a leopard 35 to round out the set available now at select retailers including Kith.
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February 26th, 2012 by Aaron Hope
Will sneaker historians one day look back upon Gourmet as being the first brand to recognize that the Air Jordan Legacy is every bit a traditional American classic as a wingtip or Red Wing work boots? The Not for Nothing brand built its base atop familiar AJ shapes, and while recent additions to the catalog have reached considerably further than the first few seasons, this new revelation proves that this label will retain their core identity whilst evolving. The Gourmet Dieci 2 C is the sequel to a design modeled after the Air Jordan XIII, this model having sublimated that influence to the degree that these have a build almost like an upside-down duckboot. Red, navy and black canvas pairs just arrived at their e-store, so grab yours straight for Gourmet or check your local retailer.
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