Eyewear icon Oakley have unleashed a set of high-tech A Frame 2.0 goggles for those fond of a bit of snow-based action. A leaner design than previous models and with expanded lens volume for maximum peripheral vision, the goggles offer superior comfort thanks to triple-layered foam and a moisture-wicking polar fleece lining. The goggles are available in a plethora of head-turning colorways (47 to be precise) with suitably space-age looking mirrored lenses over at Oakley’s webstore.
the “Decade” combines the timeless silhouette and classic details of a military fishtail parka with the warmth and construction of a Canada Goose jacket. Such details include wax cotton shell, front slant pockets, a quilted interior down lining, front snap closures and a luxurious coyote fur ruff around the hood. Faithful to early military designs but updated to provide ultimate cold weather protection, the “Decade” is available in two colors: black and olive. Produced in Canada, only 300 pieces will be sold in exclusive stores around the globe beginning October 10.
Watch this Common interview where he talks to Nick Huff Barili about working with some of Hip Hop’s greatest producers J Dilla, Kanye West and No I.D. Not only does Common share some of their similarities and differences, but he also tells us stories of working with each of them. As the interview continues Common gives us insight into the inspiration for making the track Rewind That, which is one of our personal favorites from Nobody’s Smiling. Common opens up about living with J Dilla in LA and their close friendship.
“Don’t accept the limitations of other people who claim things are ‘unchangeable’. If it’s written in stone, bring your hammer and chisel.” -Peter McWilliams