February 19, 2010 BY Aaron Hope
By this point in the progression of streetwear and the sneaker game, camouflage is mostly a thing of the past. Not only has the industry become more transparent thanks to exponentially growing coverage on the net, but camo also represents a ‘harder’ time that we’re taking a break from. Leave it to OG graffiti legend Eric Haze to bring it back to the streets.
Haze got up with Stussy on three pairs of Pro-Keds Royals, no less, a shoe that until pretty recently, had been about as un-street as it gets. Haze applied a macro camouflage here that would have been kinda boring, but his ability to address that with stars and polka dots reflects the asthetic sense that made him a legendary writer. There’s one each in the ‘traditional’ four-colour camo, one in olive and tan, and another in black and grey, and all three just hit Caliroots.