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post #196 of 201
We started jdm before rice existed, you were probably still in your father's nutsack at the time. Got out years before your favorite movie fast and the furious came out and replica parts existed.
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post #198 of 201
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Originally Posted by Geowu View Post

I like this one. The Japanese have a good aesthetic sense.

 

I'm sorry for bumping a rather old thread but from searching the forum for pictures of a new pair of trainers, I found the above and really would like a pair. In this thread there is mention of these trainers belonging to a brand by the name of "Whoop De Doo" but I haven't found anything reliable in searches I have run. Can anyone identify confirm the brand of this trainer and perhaps the model?

post #199 of 201

i would love to pay 500$ for a pair of All Star Chucks knock just to claim they are VisVim skagways...

 

Or

 

putting down 300$ for a pair of sneakers that were not even designed by Mr Margiela,....

post #200 of 201
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Originally Posted by nabokov View Post

 

I'm sorry for bumping a rather old thread but from searching the forum for pictures of a new pair of trainers, I found the above and really would like a pair. In this thread there is mention of these trainers belonging to a brand by the name of "Whoop De Doo" but I haven't found anything reliable in searches I have run. Can anyone identify confirm the brand of this trainer and perhaps the model?


http://www.rakuten.co.jp/whoop/

 

I can't find that particular model on there, though. They look much better than typical converse.

post #201 of 201
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http://www.rakuten.co.jp/whoop/

 

I can't find that particular model on there, though. They look much better than typical converse.

 

Thanks - I stumbled across that website too but like yourself was unable to find anything that resembled the trainer above. The simplicity of design is just the ideal for me. Anything which follows a similar aesthetic style would have been welcome. If anyone knows anything that resembles this trainer or a brand which follows the design principles of simplicity and minimalism, that would be appreciated.

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