Again, I'm not saying there's a 1:1 correlation, or that there's any kind of correlation whatsoever. But I don't think it's paternalistic to say that gaming culture, maybe 5 times out of 10, still makes me uncomfortable.
@coolron are you using those ultra boosts for running or just for hanging out? I thought about getting some as a running shoe for the summer (I run in energy boost 2's and raven boosts for trail and really love both), but are they so padded you're going to twist an ankle?
I dunno man. I've been thinking about this for a week or so, and this is far from a cohesive thought, but I also grew up playing video games (and obviously still do, including plenty of shooters) and lamenting the "grown-ups" lack of understanding of why they wouldn't turn people violent. But I feel like I've reached an age where I look at the way games are presented and which games get made - including this year at e3 - and almost everything is so cringe-inducingly,...
Somehow, @baltimoron is selling last season's Nonnative x Officine boots for 275$. That's an insane deal. Seriously, what the actual fuck. @LA Guy just buy them if someone else doesn't.
I haven't recently, but I own an older jacket and have seen it at Pitti and retailers over the last few seasons. It's sort of like a Last Conspiracy of clothing, if that makes sense - definitely a bit derivative, fixated on providing a product to a specific consumer segment, but some of the clothes might be cool. It's a fairly old Italian brand, all things considered, but the designer has directed it progressively more towards what that piece you've linked looks like (Fok...
Shockingly, I'll recommend a couple BBJ pieces. Not quite that turquoise-y shade, but lovely indigo nonetheless:
Or you could buy a white shirt, buy woad or indigo, and have some fun?
Unsurprisingly, the Pitti tags on Instagram are already cringe-inducing - although I do wonder how these people find the energy year after year. Looking forward to your shots, and to the pictures of the show!