The topic of much speculation, Kanye West has seemingly debuted the title of his forthcoming studio album. Leaked via the Instagram feed of Kim Kardashian, an all-but-subtle title choice of "Yeezus" is situated against an all-red Nike Yeezy II. Shortly following the release of the track "New Slaves" featuring Frank Ocean via projections of buildings in 10 cities, the unveiling of the title also arrives just before Kanye West's SNL appearance. While further info is still to come, what we know so far is that Ye's album is expected too see collaborations from the likes of Daft Punk, Odd Future, Skrillex, Chief Keef, Young Chop, TNGHT and more. Stay tuned.
We've peeped the low-res previews, and now we can finally bask in the glory of the Nike Free Woven in the flesh, in the weave. We've tried these stretchy sneaks on and can confirm they're damn comfy elastic socks and may just become the house shoe of choice for new school aristocrats. Enjoy flipping through our pics below, and see more of the Free Woven family in Issue 27 of Sneaker Freaker.
After a successful retail release, the Air Jordan 4 is back in the cut once more - only this time under the skillful blade of mask maker Freehand Profit. With an incredible attention to detail, the latest effort from the leader of the UNdeadstock Army shows just how masterful he has become at this unique art. To see more work from this crafty sneakerhead check out the full range here.
Another upcoming fusion classic from the Swoosh, SF would like to introduce the Nike Lunar Peg 89. Taking the mobile upper of the Pegasus 89 and adding the beautifully bouncy Lunarlon sole, this new breed street warrior will be able to handle the toughest conditions from the scrapers to the suburbs, and everything in between. Navy suede and a mix of meshes cover the upper with neon pink flowing through the stitching before blanketing the heel panel. Orange peel midsole accents sit alongside some dark grey to create a fusion flip with a lot of personality. There's no word on a release date for these slippers yet, but grab SF Issue 27 to see more of these classic combinations.