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Those ambitious sneaker cleaning experts over at Crep Protect have attempted to send the adidas Originals YEEZY Boost 350 V2 to Jupiter — but the insane idea fell foul to a technical issue while still inside the Earth’s atmosphere. Crep Protect (Crep is a London slang term for sneaker, FYI) launched the project as a part of its new frontiers program to test the effectiveness of its protection spray. While ETs on Jupiter have been left disappointed and YEEZY-less, we’re left with this incredible footage of the shoe hovering above Earth. The out-of-this-world sneaker (sorry) made its way up to an altitude of 35,000m at a speed of 10mph, before rocketing back down to the English countryside at 200mph following a technical issue. It was Crep Protect’s third attempt to send a YEEZY into space,Kevin Hart Nike Shoes Release Details AU after the first two pairs vanished without GPS signal. If you fancy looking for them, the only information given was that the last known location was the UK. It shouldn’t be too hard, then. Watch the video above, then head over to Crep Protect to cop the finest sneaker cleaning products on Earth. After you’ve finished, here are the 14 best sneakers releasing this weekend and where to buy them.

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To help launch the first seasonal collection from 40oz NYC, the brand teams up with controversial Chicago artist Fredo Santana to give us an idea of what’s to come from its first apparel collection. The video preview features Fredo’s song “Wassup,” promoting the 40oz NYC Fall 2013 “Life and Death” collection.Nike Vapormax Air Shipped Free at Zappos AU The collection will be available beginning Monday, September 30 at 40ozNY.com. Keep an eye out for the complete collection, coming soon.

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Whether it’s your old man’s watch, a vintage set of baseball cards or that amazing thrift store cop, we hit our influencer rolodex for our series: GRAILS. What’s the story? For the latest installment of our GRAILS series we looked no further than Brian Chen, Creative Director of (multee)project. Brian is one half of the husband-and-wife team behind the Japanese brand, which started out purveying premium carabiners, but today offers a broader range of products including coffee tables, candles and even apparel. Ranging from a healthy amount of (multee)project items as you might expect, as well as some covetable Be@rbricks and rare sneakers, check out Chen’s GRAILS below. Be@rbricks Previous Next I’ve been collecting Be@rbricks since about 2000. This 400% (multee)project Be@rbrick Custom actually means the most to me because it was a goal of mine to design my own Be@rbrick one day. With the help of my shoe customizer friend Tony Chen, he managed to bring my design to life. (multee)project Previous Next One of my favorite go-to bags right now is the DSPTCH Shoulder Bag. The design is minimal and you can put whatever you need into the bag without it bulking up. This special colorway is part of the upcoming “Greyscale Collection” between (multee)project & DSPTCH.Vapormax eBay Sneakers Previous Next I admit I’m obsessed with Nike’s fragment design collaborations. The Free Mercurial Superfly HTM in particular is one of my all-time favorites. They’re so comfortable and go with everything. Hiroshi Fujiwara and Jun Takahashi are the designers that inspired me the most when I started working in the industry. When they collaborated on a pair of visvims in 2006, I managed to get my hands on them. I ended up editing them and cutting off the fringe to give them a more minimal look. Watches The Rolex Submariner was my dream watch growing up. So I saved up for a few months and bought this XLarge Submariner replica when I was 19. I loved it. I wore it until I replaced it with a real Rolex Submariner, which was a wedding gift from my wife. Music Hiroshi Fujiwara in Dub Conference is my favorite Hiroshi Fujiwara recored. It’s the album I put on repeat to get into the zone when I’m working. It used to drive my assistants crazy when I would play the same song over and over again. For more GRAILS, see what Earn Chen of hospitality group Potato Head Folk, and Senior Business Manager of BAPE Hong Kong Joey Lo have been stocking up on over the years. Photographer: Brian Chen