The G-SHOCK GW-A1000RAF-1AJR is a special release from Casio and the Royal Air Force, one of the oldest and one of
the most technologically-sophisticated air force branches in the world. Casio included its signature “Triple G Resist” construction, a new composition
meant to withstand even more shock, vibration, and centrifugal gravity
than your average G-Shock.
Other necessary functions that will appeal to aviators around the globe include “Smart Access" analogue movement which allows the three hands to be controlled by individual motors, a temperature indicator, one-touch Zulu time display which ensures that all pilots (regardless of location) are using the same 24-hour clock, atomic timekeeping, a solar powered battery, and carbon fiber details. Look out for these at select stockists once it hits stores later this month.
Nike released a smoky colorway for its classic Air Pegasus ’89 silhouette. Be on the look out for the Nike Air Pegasus ’89 Cool Grey/Dark Ash/Wolf Grey release, which you can pick a pair up now over at atmos for ¥10,000 JPY. Read more
Converse Japan releases the latest versions of its classic One Star silouette, and releases three colorways of the sneaker in tan, navy and white. All come strapped in white laces and fitted with white rubber soles. Set to release September 29. Read more