Years later, a second and more improved version of the Mars Yard will be releasing, aptly dubbed the Mars Yard 2.0. The shoe is scheduled to arrive next week at Nike and Sachs’s “Space Camp” in NYC. The event includes an obstacle course, based on various physical and mental exercises that Sachs does with his team three times a week, and a film screening, all while detailing the importance of failure in art and athletics (and in outer space).The Mars Yard 2.0. will retail for $200 USD.Subscribe to Highsnobiety’s sneaker chatbot on Facebook to receive lightning quick updates on release dates, sneaker street style, shopping tips and more.
In light of the opening of Toronto’s first Jordan Brand store, it would appear that to commemorate the occasion, Drake and OVO blessed the space with an exclusive Jordan Trunner LX silhouette.Presented in a color palette familiar to that of past OVO footwear collaborations, the rather unorthodox silhouette features a duo-tone split across the upper, a woven midfoot section, rich suede countering with breathable mesh inserts around the heel, accentuated by gold detailing, and an OVO-branded tooling system.
With the Air Jordan brand entering its 30th year of existence, Nike have decided to commemorate the moment with some brand new styles of what else but the Air Jordan. The release coincides with Paris’ Quai 54 World Streetball Championship, for which the Jordan brand has been a loyal sponsor of. To celebrate they’ve released not one but three new styles, which includes an Air Jordan 13 Retro Low x Quai54, a Lebron Soldier 9 x Quai54 and an Air Jordan XX9 x Quai54, all of which creatively integrate the Quai54 logo into the sneaker design. The sneakers will be sold exclusively in Europe, starting May 30.