The Nike WMNS Dunk Wedge has taken on a new colorway in pebbled metallic silver. The shoe features an internal wedge for a raised design, while classic silhouette Dunk details remain intact on the upper. The metallic silver is offset with synthetic pony hair around the heel and a leather glossed swoosh compliments the design. Additional details include waxed cotton laces, “New York” printed on the tongue tag and full length EVA midsole with lightweight cushioning. You can purchase the Pebbled Silver Nike WMNS Dunk Wedge at Kith Manhattan or by phone order at 646-648-6285 for $225 USD.

My sister and my mother have been yelling at me to create a women’s line. I had some ideas for women’s boat shoes/boots for a very long time and it was the perfect time to put them to use. The buckle boat shoe (Harthhaven) was a no brainer. I used a twin gore on both sides of the tongue so the shoe only needs to be buckled once and then it becomes a slip-on. The pattern took a while to get right but after weeks of fit trials and test runs it really came out perfect. Women love fringe, I know this. I’ve seen the girls buy up fringe boots and shoes for years and I thought it would be great applying that concept to a classic Dockside (Abenaki). The red wood brown, Abenaki boot is a great mid cut chukka with a removable collar. Perfect to wear with no socks and jean shorts for the Spring/Summer.

The RF E-Commerce site launched today and you could buy these shoes today. Check out the site here.

My mother and sister have been bothering me non-stop to make shoes in their size. I gave them my word 3 years ago and its finally time to fulfill that promise. I have a very special relationship with Sebago. Tom Siano (Collaboration Director) and Gary Malamet (President of Sebago) have taken the iconic brand to the next level by understanding the importance of creating fresh product. This women’s collection will release in select doors across the country on April 1st. A few locations that will carry the product include Saks, Free People, David Z (Nyc), Ubiq (Philly), Akira (Chicago), Epitome (Atlanta), Niche (Charlotte), Shoe Gallery (Miami), and Mint (Los Angeles). Stay tuned for more info. Photos Via