#YoReefFits "Can You See Me Of Course You Can" Edition

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This edition of #YoReefFits is actually a play on words. Camouflage, a pattern which is meant to help disguise is mixed with Jordan 1s with red laces. His signature use of complimenting colors and infusing classic elements is carefully executed in this unique outfit. Reef, a native of Miami, made sure to pay homage to the home team by rounding it all out with the Marlins Championship cap.

New Era Marlins 1997 World Series Championship Snapback Hat

Gap Modern Oxford Camo Print Shirt (Bracken Olive)

Nike Destroyer Men's Jacket (Black)

Gap Premium Slim Straight Jeans

Air Jordan 1 High Retro "Boston Celtics" accompanied with red laces

60 Years of Heritage in 90 Seconds...

In the ever-evolving world fashion, Fred Perry has withstood the test of time. With its beginnings in sportswear in the 1940s, it soon crossed over to streetwear and subculture and haven't looked back. Much like Ralph Lauren in America, Fred Perry has become popular across many demographics over the years by its total immersion into the British music and street culture. Its emotional connection to music will allow them to continue to remain relevant to its consumer-base almost seamlessly. Anyways, I could ramble on the heritage of the company and why they're so cool but realistically its subdued style along with its sharp, clean look are what attract those who pick their brand over the numerous, visible names that are popular. Personally, I took to the brand a few after I grew tired of seeing Polo and Lacoste everywhere, upon learning their history over the years, seeing the culture the brand is associated with, and understanding what they represent, I may always choose them over the aforementioned brands. Check out this video of how they embroider that 60 years of heritage in 90 seconds.

Credit: #WeAreTipped CampaignFred Perry HeritageJohn Flynn

Nike Air Foamposite One "Tianjin"

The Nike Air Foamposite One “Tianjin” is a remarkably well-detailed shoe. Designed to celebrate the “Year Of The Goat”, it features stitching on the tongue and heel tab to match the vibrant colours detailed in the pic covering the shoe and sole. The Nike Air Foamposite One “Tianjin” will be releasing in China on February 7, but there’s no word yet on American release date, let’s keep our fingers crossed in hopes they will touch down on American soil.

Herschel Supply Co. 2015 Spring Studio Collection

Spring is quickly coming and are you ready for the traveling months that follow? Herschel has you covered with their Spring 2015 Studio Collection. This year's collection consist of the Settlement Backpack, Chapter Dopp Kit and Sutton Mid with a monochromatic look, the color choices of which are limited to black or white. The bags are made of tarpaulin material for water-resistance, as well as highly durable nylon seat belt webbing on the straps and handles.

You can purchase yours at Herschel Supply website here.

Ghost Drones

GHOST is an international team of flight enthusiasts and adventurers, who created their line of easy-to-use aerial drones to allow everyone to enjoy aerial filming. Drones are traditionally hard to pilot, easy to crash, and expensive. They developed their first product, the GHOST Drone, to address these challenges so you can discover a new way to capture magic around the world. You can find these on touchofmodern at a price of $680.00. Safe flying!

Credit: TouchofModern

Taco Bell x Nike SB Stefan Janoski

Taco Bell has joined the list of collaborations with Nike. With the recent success of the taco waffle, they joined forces to introduce the cartoon character version of the waffle taco via the classic Nike SB silhouette. The highlights of this creation are the carefully placed "waffle taco" on the side panels of this gum-soled, white-based canvas Janoski. Currently, there is no word on the release date for this Taco Bell, Nike collaboration. You can find the sample on Ebay going for 5k. Stay tuned for more details.

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HAZE x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Graffiti artist Eric Haze has teamed up with Nike to bring you yet another great collaboration. This edition, wrapped in black leather, is complimented with a white leather mid-sole and heel tabs, and features his signature asterisk in a monochromatic black stitched onto the heel tab. The Nike Air Force 1 Low "Haze" will be exclusively at NikeLab on January 30.

Credit : NikeLab

THE HUNDREDS X ADIDAS “CRUSH” PACK

The Hundreds teams up with Adidas to create "Crush," an infusion of soccer and skateboarding, both top activities of most American youth these days. The pack consists of a custom JAGS print jacquard knit jersey, a long sleeve CLIMALITE tee, soccer-length jacquarded CLIMALITE socks, and signature, The Hundreds AdiEase. The inspiration for the collection comes from the top team in Bobby's AYSO (American Youth Soccer Organization) League who he personally felt consistently won because of their confident and cool jersey colorway. You can purchase these items on February 5th at their flagship stores as well as online shop TheHundreds and worldwide on February 10th.

Credit : TheHundreds

Nike Air Force 1 Hi Sneakerboot "BHM"

Add another one to the Nike 2015 "BHM" (Black History Month) collection with the Air Force 1 Hi  Sneakerboot. Covered in the 2015 "BHM" design with the translucent toe box and check, they have also included icey blue soles with extra grip for that hiking experience. They will be releasing 1/29, don't miss out!

UBIQ x Asics Gel Lyte 5 "Hazard"

Philly's footwear boutique UBIQ is at it again with another collaboration with Asics. In this edition of their Gel Lyte 5 has been named "Hazard" due to the fluorescent yellow color given to the shoe. Asics is a classic running shoe that has hit the urban street culture in the past couple of years with some serious heat and this is one of them. You can purchase them here.