Nike has been highly selective about bringing in outside collaborators on All Court projects, keeping it one of the cleanest and most classic shoes in the entire stable. As Nike says, the shoe has been a basketball shoe, a tennis shoe, a squash shoe, a handball and racquetball shoe – and now it’s the epitome of a clean, casual sneaker. The All Court as a collaboration shoe has almost become synonymous with Hiroshi Fujiwara; Stussy now joins him with a mid-top version of the minimal mid top – and we’ve got some preview images. As you might expect, Stussy brings a bit more funk, with an orange snakeskin swoosh and heel pad on a black leather upper. A nice feature is the translucent sole with a Stussy tag beneath it. The Stussy All Court hits a good balance between the minimal and the loud, and is quite a wearable shoe; something different than Hiroshi’s All Court, but not ruining the appeal of the shoe. via: stosh31.
By- November 22nd, 2010