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PUMA X RICK WILLIAMS DISTINCT LIFE MONOCHROME COLLECTION

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PUMA X RICK WILLIAMS DISTINCT LIFE MONOCHROME COLLECTION

PUMA and creative giant Rick Williams have officially unveiled their latest PUMA x Distinct Life Monochrome Collection. Through his experience of co-ownership of Burn Rubber Boutique, Williams developed a visionary approach for business and brand development, leading to the Distinct Life becoming a full-service creative organization

The collection takes its inspiration from Distinct Life creator, Rick Williams who showcases his creative vision for the timeless method of photography. The collection features footwear like the PUMA x Distinct Life IGNITE Limitless and PUMA x Distinct Life Suede V2.

Each pair has a clean silhouette and incorporates the monochromatic colors of Black, White and Grey. The IGNITE Limitless and Suede V2 are brought to life with a unique integration of personal photographs captured by Rick Williams displayed within the clear shoe soles, as well as in the shoes insole. The PUMA x Distinct Life Suede V2 includes a suede upper in Black and White, but shows hints of special detailing like faux ostrich leather that gives texture to the PUMA formstripe. The PUMA and Distinct Life logo lock is embossed on the tongue with a striking photograph of the Brooklyn Bridge printed on the insole. The PUMA x Distinct Life IGNITE Limitless is where technical features fuse with the design mentality and attitude of streetwear. This PUMA IGNITE Limitless is decked out with imagery of the Chicago, Illinois skyline featured in the insole and on the outsole.

Look for the PUMA x Distinct Life Monochrome Collection to release on October 5th at select retailers like PUMA Lab Powered by Foot Locker, Nice Kicks and Wish. The retail price tag is set at IGNITE Limitless ($120) and Suede V2 ($90) with apparel ranging from $28 to $120 USD.

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TRAVIS SCOTT’S NIKE AIR FORCE 1 LOW RELEASE DATE

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Travis Scott Air Force 1

2019 has been Travis Scotts year as far as his Air Jordan collaborations are concerned. This month the Houston native is adding these forthcoming Air Force 1 low’s this impressive lineup of Nike collaborations.

The intricate model’s most striking feature has to be the giant gold zipper that runs down the entire tongue. In addition to this uppers are made up of a blend of dark and light colours with gold detailing emblazoned all over. The look gets finished off with a sail midsole and gum rubber outsole.

This model is slated to release November 16th at various retailers be sure to check back on crepjunkie.com for more release info.

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GORE TEX COLLECTION RELEASE INFO

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Winter is coming and Nike are already serving up some heat to survive these forthcoming colder months . The ‘Swoosh’ brand links up with the windproof and waterproof specialists Gore Tex on these slew of Air Force 1 Silhouettes.

These models  come fully winter ready thanks to the layer of Gore Tex membrane  on the uppers that will keep your feet dry and warm .

The four iterations include, yellow, black olive and beige with Gore Tex branding emblazoned on the uppers to remind you of the level of protection that you’re getting.

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MAN ARRESTED FOR SELLING $127 MILLION IN FAKE FOOTWEAR

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The NYPD recently arrested a Queens native after a decade-long fraud investigation that smashed a counterfeit ring that imported over $5M worth of fake timberlands, UGGS and other footwear into NYC.

Since 2011, Federal prosecutors have alleged that Hai Long Huang had been sending containers of fake footwear into New York from China.t.

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The Timberland boots were found to be fake when law enforcement agents removed Timberland’s signature tree from the bottom of the shoe, which revealed a ‘Fangeli’ logo. During another sale a federal agent was able to purchase a case containing twelve pair of Timberlands for $515.

Huang is reported to have shipped 27,252 of fake Uggs, with a sale value of $4,741,840. He also sold 6000 pairs of the Timberland boot, that totalled a sale value of $123 million.

Huang appeared in court yesterday and released on $75K secured bond.

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