Showing posts from April, 2014

Polaroid Film

Before there was Instagram, there were Polaroids. But partly thanks to Instagram and as a backlash against generic digital photography people are looking back to the classic photography styles of the past. Polaroid may have stopped producing film back in 2009 but thanks to the Impossible Project who have taken up the mantle of making film for Polaroid cameras it is still available to buy. The Impossible Project saved the last remaining Polaroid production plant in 2008 and started to create new film materials for traditional Polaroid cameras and therefore saved thousands of perfectly functioning Polaroid cameras from becoming obsolete. You can buy the Impossible Project Polaroid film instore and online at Fat Buddha store now.

Nike Air Safari “Elephant” – Black – White – Cool Grey

The classic Nike Air Safari gets the elephant treatment with the black, white and cool grey colourway dropping instore.  The elephant print adorns the typically-Safari leather panels with the black, white and cool grey colorway setting them against a tonal mesh base and matching suede side panel and uppers. The neutral colours are contrasted with a pop of teal on the sole and outsole. Check out some pictures below.  The mesh base and tounge make this a perfect trainer for summer so get it instore at Fat Buddha now before its gone.

Puma “Tropicalia” R698 pack

Puma have hit a roll recently with their releases and one of the best has to be the “Tropicalia” pack.  The Puma R698L, which debued in 1987, makes a return as part of this pack.   This great release featu res a combined suede and laser-perforated panel upper for additional ventilation and metatarsal flex pad Trinomic tecnology in the sole unit for comfort. Check out some pictures below.  The R698 from the “Tropicalia” pack comes in both black or khaki colorways with a tropical flower lining against a black backdrop with graphics inspired by the ipê-amarelo, Brazil’s national flower.  The Puma 2014 “Tropicalia” R698 is available instore and online now at Fat Buddha Store. Released in limited numbers so get them now before they go.