It’s special saturday tomorrow at Seventyfive. Besides the release of the Ronnie Fieg x Asics Gel Lyte V Cove, we also release the UBIQ x Saucony Grid 9000 ‘Dirty Martini’. Inspiration for the colourway of the collab is drawn from the classic dirty Martini cocktail, mixing green, black and orange into the classic Grid 9000 silhouette.
The collaborative piece is set to be launched tomorrow at Seventyfive Witte de With in Rotterdam!
After being releases several weeks ago at Kith New York, the Ronnie Fieg x Asics Gel Lyte V ‘Cove’ is set to be released tomorrow at Seventyfive Van Wou in Amsterdam. De latest collab between Ronnie Fieg and Asics is a follow up of the Gel Lyte III release, back in 2011. The pack consists of the mint green ‘Mint leave’ and the ‘Cove’. The Cove will only be released in central Europe, while the Mint Leave will be available in Northern and Southern Europe.
The Cove will only be released instore and already seems to be an instant classic. While writing this blogpost, the first sneakerheads are lined up at our store in Amsterdam, while the release is still more than twelve hours away. We wich them all the luck, and may the weather gods be with them.
Our intercontinental colleagues of Premier have been working on a collaboration with Saucony and the result is sweet. The ‘Life on Mars pack’ consists of two Saucony Shadow 6000′ which both contain element of Mars, better known as the red planet. Unsurprisingly both colourways are primarily red. The first of two colourways is completely red, while the second colourway consist both black and grey elements. The rough design of the sole of the Shadow 6000 will suit life on Mars perfectly.
The release of this special pack is the first of few special that will be released in the upcoming weeks. So follow Seventyfive on Instagram and Facebook for the latest details about these releases.
The Life on Mars pack will be available as of tomorrow in our store in Rotterdam and soon online in our webshop: http://www.seventyfive.com.
Once again a great collaboration between the Texas based sneakerblog Nice Kicks and New Balance. The NB 1600 ‘Grand Anse’ is based on the CM1600 silhouette and consists of many details based on the Caribbean beach of Grand Anse on Grenada.
The grey speckled laces, seagravel tongue, blue and white outsole and a dominant blue aesthetic are all a reference to the named after beach in the Caribbean.
The NB1600 ‘Grand Anse’ is available at our Seventyfive at Witte de With Rotterdam and soon online at our webshop: http://www.seventyfive.com.
The story of the Extra Butter x Asics ‘Death List 5′ continues with the release of the Asics ‘Sidewinder’ GT-Cool. The fourth out of five deadly serpents consists of a Hawaiian printed base layer with a dark denim overlay and periwinkle colored laces. The model tells the story of the Sidewinder character out of the Quentin Tarantino classic Kill Bill.
The fourth model will be exclusively available at our SEVENTYFIVE store at the Van Woustraat 14 in Amsterdam starting tomorrow!
After being unveiled in Berlin two weeks ago, the new Adidas ZX Flux is set to be released this saturday. As one of the most popular models, the first of the ZX family was released in the 1980′s and has been stripped down to three black models for the ZX Flux ‘Black Elements pack’ which will be released tomorrow. The pack consists of a total blacked out OG ZX Flux, the ZX Flux Weave with a contrasting white outsole and probably the most anticipated ‘lightning bolt-printed’ model.
As said, the Black Elements pack will be available starting tomorrow at our SEVENTYFIVE stores at the Nieuwe Hoogstraat in Amsterdam and our store in Rotterdam at the Witte de With. See you there!
Following up on the “cottonmouth” and the “Copperhead” in the Death List 5 series of Asics X Extra Butter is the California Mountain Snake. The Gel Epirus features a snakeskin texture on the brand’ stripes, whith black and white motif accented with some red at the tongue, eyelets and heel and some red speckles on the midsole to round out the details.
Launch will be this Saturday the 25th of January, only at the Van Woustraat. No reserve.