Clement Eloy has designed special slippers with pockets to put the power brick for your notebook into, keeping your feet nice and toasty. We have heard too many stories of what happens to men who keep their notebooks where this one is shown; perhaps
Been a while since we dropped by the Worn Again site, so we missed their foray into leather, or E-leather as they call it. We are told that it’s fabricated from the leather shavings which normally make up 30% of a tannery’s waste. Normally it gets
We have a such an embarrassing long backlog of posts that many just get left behind. But here's one that popped its head up for a second attempt. Lloyd alluded to it earlier by referencing Joel Makower's take. Basically, Timberland earlier this
Change your footprint in a whole other way by taking part in Asics' search for the next hot shoe. Its Fill the Box design competition is seeking innovative footwear designs for future production. The prizes aren't shabby, either: Besides getting to
While Nau have found a a few pot holes along the road in bringing their green outdoor gear to market, with a new release date now aimed at the end of Feb, Patagonia seem to have found a pogo stick. Originally slated for a March launch, their website is
We previewed just some of Patagonia’s new footwear line the other day. The bulk of the range is not due for retail release until Spring 07. However, if you wander over to Track ‘n Trail you can see much more of both the Men’s and Women’s models. Prices
Patagonia have put their toe in the water of the footwear market before, with reef walkers, and shoes for soggy sports like kayaking and fishing, amongst other offerings. But, as we alluded to 18 months ago, they've now opted to leap in feet first.
When Blake Mycoskie went to visit Argentina he discovered the typical soft shoe called Alpargata (similar to the Spanish Espadrilles) but also that a lot of children don't have shoes which leads to major health issues. Blake saw an opportunity for a