Hey folks, it’s J.T. I rarely make appearances on here but under the circumstances of the storm and lack of a true Halloween I thought I would “kill” two birds with one axe. Anyway, hope everyone is safe and sound but if you find yourself without power and suck in your house for the 3rd day in a row it might be a good time to come down to Rime and catch up on what’s new, say hi, and buy me a drink. If your out and about tonight stay safe and remember never accept candy from strangers in a van.
Barbour, the 118-year-old British heritage brand known for its durable outdoor wear – especially waxed waterproof jackets — has collaborated with the Vans skate-shoe label on a line of limited-edition footwear.
The collection includes: Barbourized versions of three classic Vans’ silhouettes: the classic slip-on with a diamond-quilted upper, the Era wingtip and a deconstructed chukka Del Barco, all in that particular shade of Barbour jacket green, with brown leather accents and tartan plaid footbeds.
Just in, Reebok Classics x Alicia Keys double bubble!
Alicia Keys interviews with Reebok Classic on their new shoe collaboration:
“It’s about creating something that’s not only wearable but is cool and makes you feel confident and at your best! I definitely went for street, style and stage—three important things to me.” Click here to read the full interview.
Our go to brand for brisk city weather has done it again. Penfield’s Fall/Winter ’12 Women’s collection has arrived! Inspired by popular silhouettes from the men’s collection and new items- look forward to the classic premium down, waterproof jacket we all love. Proving style can be achieved in cold weather Penfield has stayed true to their motto “Fashion, function, practicality and durability are the key elements incorporated into every design we manufacture.”
Style and functionality built into high quality outerwear? Now we can toss our bulky winter jackets to the side (out the window). Stop in to view the exclusive collection available at Rime.
The diverse and densely populated Upper East Side of Manhattan is defined as the area between 59th Street, 96th Street, Central Park and the East River. Once known as the ‘Silk Stocking District’, it boasts some of the most expensive real estate in the United States and, given the population density and high per capita income, is often touted as the home of our country’s greatest concentration of individual wealth.
As of the 2000 census, there were 207,543 people residing in the Upper East Side. Including some of the most famous of New York’s celebrities and historical upper-class families—Astors, Rockefellers, Roosevelts, Kennedys, Whitneys, Dukes, to name a few— guess who is crashing the party come this Oct.? Yours Truly! Coming soon RIME EAST will be moving in to new digs just off of Lexington Ave. This will allow us in addition to our original Brooklyn location to offer one of the finest curated sneaker selections in the city not to mention our unbeatable customer service to our loyal clientele Uptown that has been making the trek down to Brooklyn over these years. Stay tune for details…
I ran across this entertaining article a few weeks back on Kicks On Fire and have been meaning to share it with you. Check out a portion of the original post below and follow the link to read it in it’s entirety. Let me know your thoughts on the matter…
“The sneakerhead culture over recent years has made a major shift from what it used to be. With resellers, media coverage, publicized camping, and, unfortunately, murders, sneakerheads can get a bad wrap. Even with the new Lebron 10 releasing soon at an unprecedented $300+, sneakerheads continue to be the blunt of the joke for poor money management and prioritization skills. As a fellow sneakerhead, it seems unfair some of the labels that have been placed on the majority of the sneakerhead family. With that said, we wanted to take a look at some of the biggest misconceptions of sneakerheads and clear some things up.” Link