Kyrie Irving. Yet it’s still very possible that his fifth shoe can be, and that Irving may very well lace up pairs like this “Oreo” iteration come summer. A time-honored theme for Nike Basketball releases, monochromatic black and white create a sleek aesthetic that’s almost a right of passage for each new installment in a signature sneaker series. Continue reading “Studio 3: Nike Kyrie 5 “Oreo” | On Foot Review”
Jordan 6 | Infrared:“Black Cat”-inspired Jordan 6 from Social Status to a special colorway of Russell Westbrook’s court-ready Why Not Zer0.2.
Studio 3 is back from with another sneaker review none other than the Jordan 6 Infrared. According to Sneaker News, The highlight of the Jumpman’s plans for this illustrious weekend is undoubtedly the return of the beloved Air Jordan
6 “Infrared” equipped with its OG “Nike Air” heel hit. Combining a primarily black upper with notes of Infrared on its sole, lace stays, and heel this 1991 original has been a fan-favorite amongst Jordan fanatics for the better part of three decades.
Beard Gang season is back again fellas! REBAL HUE is here to giving you guys a crash course on beard care for the winter season. We are here to share bread oils to cut down on the itch, tips on how to maintain the shape of your beard and much more. So, you guys can go into the winter season with confidence when #BEARDGANG!
REBAL HUE has been shaking up the Fall/Winter season with it’s recent release of it’s Fall/Winter issue. This is yet another very special by coastal issue where Chicago meets DC, and our 1st EVER Behind The Lens issue.
You will read and watch interviews about our featured up and coming photographers such as Marco Kay a Washington, DC based photographer and a young raising star in photographer named Nyia Sissac. Check out the summer Commercial below!
It’s been a busy year for IamYungP, between the music and his clothing line Stoneville he’s definitely has putting work in being a force to be reckoned with. IamYungP has been vocal about his commitment todefying the expectations of what it means be a rapper in the DMV area, something he’s been building toward since the early 2000’s.
Vic Mensa, is a rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer from Chicago, Illinois. He also is the founder of the SavemoneySavelife foundation which combats American racism and funds three programs in Chicago centered on health and the arts.
Vic grew up in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. Vic’s interest in fashion started with sneakers. He collected hundreds of pairs and stored them in his mother’s basement, leaving her to wonder why, exactly, he needed so many. Vic is also know for collecting vintage pieces such as jackets and jewelry.