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Sneaker Spotlight: A.R.C. x Nike Dunk High Supreme TZ

A.R.C. X Nike Dunk High Supreme TZ

Whereas some shops are known for working with a specific brand, A.R.C. (Alife Rivington Club) has had successful collaborations with a variety of brands. One of the most successful was when they linked up with Nike on the classic Dunk High. Created with the phrase “Black, White, Gum & Bang” in mind, this release was another example that shows Alife knows a thing or two about sneakers. Continue reading

Sneaker Showcase: Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump “Ball Out” Collection

Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump "Ball Out" Neon Tennis

About this time of year in 2006, New York City’s Alife boutique began one of the most impressive collaboration series we’ve seen. Teaming up with Reebok, Alife decided to take things to a new level with a wild tennis-inspired design and limited numbers that left everyone wanting more. Continue reading

Sneaker Spotlight: Rockwell x Alife x Patta Everybody Mid “Rap”

Rockwell x Alife x Patta Everybody Mid "Rap"

In 2008, three sneaker culture heavyweights in their own rights, came together for a special collaboration. Nicknamed “Rap” premier boutique/brand Alife’s Everbody Mid was the model of choice tweaked and remixed by the folks at Patta and Rockwell. The nickname of the shoe actually comes from the acronym of the brands names rather than an actual rap, although something special was created for the sneaker as seen below.

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Sneaker Spotlight: Alife x Reebok Court Victory Pump Black/Neon

Alife Reebok Court Victory Pump Black/Neon

Alife Reebok Court Victory Pump Black/Neon

Alife and Reebok’s Court Victory Pump have had a long relationship. It all started out with the release of the original Lime colorway inspired by a tennis ball. The bright sneaker featured a fuzzy upper mimicking the looks and feel of a real tennis ball with a bright Neon Yellow base and Black lettering added. Following the success and inspiration of that sneaker were a few other colorways with very similar designs but utilizing different colors including Safety Orange and Off White. Continue reading