Dennis Rodman’s Nike Air Shake NDestrukt Is Making a Comeback

Nike is delving deep into '90s hoops footwear lore with its latest retro drop and taking things back to 1996 and the Bulls' championship run to resurrect an underrated classic: the Air Shake NDestrukt. Developed by longtime go-to Swoosh designer Eric Avar (who most recently helmed the unique Kobe A.D. NXT), the kicks were rocked by Dennis Rodman on the way to the title and were the perfect reflection of "one of basketball's most colorful champions." Like the aforementioned Kobes, the NDestrukt was highlighted by an unorthodox lacing system that, in this case, appeared on the medial side of the shoe and worked in conjunction with a leather shroud and Velcro strap for a lockdown fit.

True to the OG and returning in three timeless colorways, the Air Shake NDestrukt will officially make a comeback on April 28 at select Nike Sportswear stockists and

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Andy Jenkins Drops a “WHAT HAPPENED” Capsule With The Quiet Life

Long known as the original art director for Girl Skateboards, Andy Jenkins has teamed up with The Quiet Life in celebration of his new book, WHAT HAPPENED, from Bend Press. Inspired by the compilation of short Jenkins-penned pieces and their celebration of the mundanity of everyday life (from a visit to the psychiatrist to buying a used Lincoln Town Car), the collaborative capsule includes both long- and short-sleeved tees alongside hats, a lapel pin, and a pencil set.

Tasteful and minimally branded, the collab is available in stores and online now alongside Jenkins' new book.

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FRONTEER Issue 3 Is Inspired by the Colors and Sights of Yosemite Valley

FRONTEER returns in 2017 with Issue 3 which includes footwear and caps inspired by the colors and sights of Yosemite Valley. Jon Tang’s new Ahwahnee Hiker boot draws inspiration from the famous Ahwahnee “Gaping Mouth” name that Yosemite National Park originally donned. The color selection gets its moniker from various sights that are uniquely a part of the Yosemite experience — Grizzly, in reference to the Park’s famous bears, Firefall which is an annual phenomenon that takes place at Horsetail Fall and gives the rocks a glowing red/orange look against the setting sun, and Blue Oak which is a species of tree found around the base of Yosemite Valley. In addition, the Super Gratton Hi drops in Gold Greenstone, a nod to the types of rock in the Valley, and Molten Red which is a homage to the area once being comprised of numerous volcanoes. Deconstructable Scout’s Caps in Firefall, Blue Oak, Whitewater and Midnight round off the drop.

You can pick up the latest gear on FRONTEER’s web store and learn how to design a sneaker from scratch from Jon.

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Nike Has a Bunch More Air Wovens On the Way

If you're an Air Woven fan, but missed out on the colette collab or yesterday's trio of multicolored drops, fear not because there's plenty more where that came from. Coming soon from Nike are at least six more colorways of the kicks and the seasonal release offers a little something for everyone. Whether it's a bold purple upper or more understated combos of black/white and tan/grey, the Spring 2017 releases are a welcome return for the unique and comfy slip-on.

Expect all six of the colorways pictured above to land soon at Nike Sportswear spots like 43einhalb.

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Maxfield Is Launching a New, More Immersive Digital Platform

After having a well-rounded 2016 and early 2017 with its consistent drops and Maxfield Gallery pop-up events, Maxfield LA is looking to do a bit of rebranding through its digital platform. A new website is set to launch featuring what the brand calls a "new access and immersion to the Maxfield universe" for visitors. Included in the site will be a showcase of the best items of the season selected by the Maxfield team. Access to stylists is also a focus to elevate customer service. Furthermore, an archive section dedicated to the Maxfield Gallery pop-ups done with OFF-WHITE, Fear of God, Daft Punk, and KITH will be made available. Future pop-ups will soon join the archive. As for full E-commerce capabilities, Cheif Branding Officer Peter Utz says that will be coming in the near future.

In the meantime, visit the Maxfield website for an early look. Official launch rolls out sometime next week.

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Bentley’s New 57.7 Gigapixel Ad Is the Highest-Res Landscape Photo on Earth

If you thought Bentley's San Francisco-set, 53 billion pixel shot of the Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase was something to behold, wait until you see the British luxury imprint's latest interactive ad. Highlighting the Flying Spur W12 S, the image is befitting of the fastest sedan of all-time: at 57.7 gigapixels, the image -- which was captured from a camera perched atop one of the tallest buildings in Dubai -- is the highest-res landscape photo in the world. And whereas that shot of the Mulsanne -- which was 4,425 times larger than the typical smartphone photo and roughly the size of an entire football field -- stitched together 700 individual images, this one boasts a whopping 1,825 individual frames that took 48 hours to capture and 18 hours to download in final form.

Head on over to Bentley's website to explore those 57.7 gigapixels in full.

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Basketball’s Best-Selling Sneaker Dons a “Light Bone” Colorway

Currently in the race for his second NBA Championship, Kyrie Irving's third signature sneaker with Nike is also assisting in Uncle Drew reaching astounding heights with a new colorway. Officially crowned as basketball's best-selling shoe, this version is dubbed "Light Bone" and keeps things clean with a tonal upper which is complemented by light blue along its traction patterns on each outsole. Subtle light blue speckling is also found on the midsoles for this Kyrie 3's finishing touches.

The Nike Kyrie 3 "Light Bone" is scheduled to launch on April 6 for a retail price of $120 USD at select Nike Basketball retailers such as Sneaker Politics.

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Mac DeMarco Showcases Love Between a Pig-Man & Winnie the Pooh for “This Old Dog” Video

This May, acclaimed singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco will drop his third full-length studio album, This Old DogThe Salad Days artist originally supported and promoted This Old Dog by releasing the LP's title track and "My Old Man," both of which dropped at the end of January. With a little over a month until the new project arrives, the 26-year-old has decided to unveil the first video in support of the effort. Released as the accompanying visual for the album's title track, the new "This Old Dog" video is a self-directed feature and, as with most Mac DeMarco videos, things get a little weird.

You can view the video for "This Old Dog" above, and expect to hear the LP in its entirety come May 5.


Netflix’s New ‘War Machine’ Trailer Spotlights the Roller-Coaster Ride of an Embattled General

At the beginning of this month, Netflix spotlighted Brad Pitt's role as United States Army general Glenn McMahon in the lead trailer for the company's forthcoming original movie War Machine. Less than two months away from the film's premiere, another clip in support of War Machine has emerged. The new teaser for Netflix's upcoming war movie once again places Pitt's portrayal of Army Glenn McMahon front and center, bringing to light the "roller-coaster rise and fall" of an embattled commander. "At the story’s core is Brad Pitt’s sly take on a successful, charismatic four-star general who leapt in like a rock star to command NATO forces in Afghanistan, only to be taken down by his own hubris and a journalist’s no-holds-barred expose. War Machine addresses the debt we owe to soldiers to question the purposes to which they are being directed," reads the film's official description.

You can view the new trailer for David Michod's War Machine above, while the film will debut on Netflix on May 26.


Twitter Removes @username Replies From the 140-Character Limit

Last year, Twitter promised to roll out some updates that would allow users to express more than 140 characters. In the months since, it's done exactly that, but now it's taking things a step further by finally eliminating @username replies from the character limit. The change also simplifies conversations in a few different ways:

- Who you are replying to will appear above the Tweet text rather than within the Tweet text itself, so you have more characters to have conversations.

- You can tap on “Replying to…” to easily see and control who’s part of your conversation.
When reading a conversation, you’ll actually see what people are saying, rather than seeing lots of @usernames at the start of a Tweet.

- It’s now easier to follow a conversation, so you can focus on what a discussion is about, and who is having it. Also, with all 140 characters for your replies, you have more room to participate in group conversations.

The update is rolling out now on and the latest versions of the iOS and Android apps.

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New F.O.G. x Vans Are Coming In 2017 According to Jerry Lorenzo

With his F.O.G. Essentials releasing tomorrow, Jerry Lorenzo took to his Instagram account to tease that a new F.O.G. x Vans collaboration is on the way for 2017. Standing on a Vans "Off the Wall" carpet and geotagged at the Vans HQ, the designer said, "finalizing these california vibes for 2017..." which undoubtedly will have fans hoping that the release is just as well designed as the 2016 Sk8-Hi and Era PacSun drop.

Let us know which Vans silhouette you think Jerry has in store next down below.

finalizing these california vibes for 2017... @fog @fearofgod @vans

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Spaghetti Donuts Have Arrived in NYC for the Spring/Summer Smorgasburg Season

Pop Pasta has debuted what could be the hottest Instagram worthy food porn of the year with its new spaghetti donut. Arguably one of the most beloved culinary creations, the donut has taken on multiple forms over the last few years with some memorable moments including a Burger King Whopper donut, a $150 USD platinum Patronut, and inspiring sneakers like the Krispy Kreme Nike Kyrie 2, but no one has thought of incorporating fellow comfort food spaghetti into the fray until now.

Baked instead of fried (like a traditional donut), the spaghetti donuts are formed in round molds and come in a variety of flavors like base flavor Aglio e Olio Pop (spaghetti with Parmigiano cheese, eggs, olive oil, garlic and spices), Red Sauce Pop (tomato puree added), Zucchini Pop (zucchini added), Carbonara Pop (bacon added), and Bolognese Pop (Red Sauce Pop with ground beef).

You can check out Pop Pasta's website for more information and expect the spaghetti donuts to debut this season at Smorgasburg in New York City.

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