Linking with Disney, Medicom have produced a series of variation of the loveable Mickey Mouse of which we have three available. There’s Peace Sign Mickey, Shoeless Mickey and Jack Skellington Mickey. Each figure stands approx 10cm tall and is the perfect Christmas gift at only $20ea. Available now!
Bad Teeth Comics is currently running a kickstarter program to get their newest toy “Cheestroyer” into production. Being based in Brisbane, we’re doing everything we can to help get this beaut on the shelves. With just over a week remaining, head over to Kickstarter to pledge a bit of your hard earned to help out a fellow Aussie pursuing their passion. At the end of it all you’re destined to get a wicked toy as well! Our pick would have to be the super-awesome “Clear with Guts” version for $50, with the chance of getting a special 3D moulded set of guts!!! Get pledging!
The crew from 10 Deep have just delivered a dope new season just in time for Christmas and the Holidays. With a little bit of everything on offer it might be hard to choose just one piece but with some amazing button-ups, caps, tees, beanies, belts and wallets up for grabs we’re sure there’s something here for you. Come visit us in store or hit up our online shop HERE and we’ll have it delivered to your door.
Robots. You either love ‘em or you hate ‘em…or maybe you haven’t made your mind up yet? Whatever the case it’s most likely they’re eventually going to kill us all and take over the world so you better familiarise yourself now so you have a fighting chance…right? Well, we have the perfect killer robot specimens now in store with these 4 brand new ‘Retail Exclusive’ Caesars from ThreeA.
ThreeA’s WWRp (World War Robts portable) sized Caesars stand around 7 inches tall (1/12th scale) and sport the most articulation out of any “art toy”. Every joint, down to the knuckles on the fingers are articulated which makes for some very poseable bad ass bots. Each figure comes with multiple gun and knife accessories as well as some very realistic miniature canvas bags, satchels and loin cloths.
Designed by renowned Australian artist Ashley Wood; Caesar is a robot release in the WWR Universe. Not much is known of Caesar at this time other than that he is “the most agile, smart, and nastiest [bot] yet” and that some of these bots were designed to protect Rothchild from groups like the Dirty Deeds. They are one of the bot types used by Rothchild Internal Police, and are equipped for close-range fighting and personal security. Their primary equipment includes Big Pam Pistols, shoulder mounted shields, and Knives, including a preferred knife type, the Harmonic Knife.
Get yours today before they get you! Available now!
Acclaim Magazine is back to round out 2013 with a brand new issue that pulls out all the stops. This edition of ACCLAIM is all about being loud – be it in your practice, your actions, or your personality. All of our stories are inspired by those who have had the passion and courage to set their own course, despite being advised to the contrary.
Contents include Danny Brown, Erik Brunetti, Katsu, Pretty Puke, Nylo, Christian Rich, Tim Head, Hiatus Kaiyote and a whole stack more. Gracing the boutique cover this time is FUCT founder Erik Brunetti, as shot by Natalia Mantini.
As usual we are giving away copies of Acclaim FREE in store if you spend $20, or you can purchase one for the regular price of $10.
We’re doin’ those Cyber deals! Today only get 25% OFF everything in our online shop until 6pm Brisbane time. Enter code – MATRIX to get your discount and don’t forget we’ll give you FREE SHIPPING withinin Australia if you spend $100.
Sound the sirens, there’s a shark in the water!!! Sneaker Freaker’s cult hit Puma Blaze of Glory (fondly referred to as “BOGs”) are back for their 5 year anniversary. Rather than just reissuing them like a bunch of lazy fatcats SF have taken the chance to rework them slightly. The sockliner is colour coded to the uppers, with a performance insole and most importantly a fantastically awesome box!
As well as the original Trinomic soled version this time Puma and SF have worked together to make a Lightweight (LTWT) version to complement them. Coming in the same amazing box the LTWT versions employ (as the name suggests) lighter new-age running tech materials.
All four shoes will go on sale at 10am (Brisbane time) in store and if there are any remaining pairs they will be available in our online store HERE from Midday onwards. The reissued Blaze Of Glorys are $200 and the Lightweights will be $170. We suggest you get here early if you want a chance at owning a pair!
*One pair per person.
*No pre-orders, holds, laybys or bribes.
*First come first served.
We know it’s not “our thing” here in Australia but we decided to give our customers a little piece of the Black Friday Sale action at Laced for 1 day only. Tomorrow; Friday 29th November we are giving 25% off everything both in store and in our online store. If you place an order online we will be including random free gifts in your orders tomorrow and you will still receive FREE SHIPPING within Australia if you spend 100 bucks. Just enter code – BLACK during checkout online to get your discount.
Also; make sure you follow us on Instagram @lacedbrisbane and keep checking Facebook throughout the day as we will be announcing extra special deals on the hour every hour tomorrow from 10am until we close at 9pm (Brisbane time) tomorrow night.
The team over at New Balance USA seem hell bent on sending us all broke by pumping out consistently strong colourways. This season they’ve given us the “Renegades” pack, which as far as we can tell means that renegades like to wear navy blue and burgundy a lot. Consisting of a 998 and 996, these two shoes keep things rather low-key in true New Balance fashion, letting the materials and build quality do the speaking on their behalf. Both shoes flirt with either side of the ’80s and ’90s, coming a few years apart it’s quite obvious how the 99x line progressed when you sit these two brothers side by side. They’ll run you $230 each and are available in-store and online now.
The “Most Wanted” pack gets a bit more sinister with this pair’s colours being inspired by the mugshots of famous criminals. Each fugitive is wrapped in neutral grey/black/white jumpsuits with custom tongue tags and insoles to bring the theme together. Both lawbreakers are in custody both in-store and online with bail set at $170 each.
The 580 is seen here again, however in these two versions things are not as simple as they first seem. Last season saw New Balance rework the 996 with a healthy dose of Revlite to great effect and this time they’ve taken the same treatment and applied it to the Japanese cult favourite. Gone is the weighty signature Rollbar, instead in it’s place is a almighty slab of Revlite cushioning. The result is a shoe that is both significantly lighter and much more cushioned, without the signature under-foot feel that throws some off the MT580.
For the 574 aficionado we’ve got you covered with an array of 6 difference variations for guys and gals. There’s plenty of mesh, suede, nubuck, canvas, gum and nylon so there’s probably at least one pair here that’s what you’ve been looking for. Come visit us in store to see the range in person or hit up our online store to snag yours today. FREE SHIPPING in Australia if you spend $100!
Vans have dropped a new season on footwear goodness just in time for the holiday season. Courtesy of the Vault range we have a new model on our shelves; christened the OG Style 36, it’s a silhouette similar to what we know today as the Old Skool but cops a shorter toebox and longer tongue (among other differences) to give it a much more aggressive look. Total winner especially with a dose of checkerboard on the midsole and some mismatched medial side colour blocking.
Australia’s Chima Ferguson gets his own Pro model! outfitted with a ton of Ultracush to keep your knees happy and some OG Vans styling cues mixed in with a bit of modern mean that our ex-pat reps the brand with his own Aussie flair.
Black is the new black, and you should get heaps of it on your feet. For those who can tolerate a but of white the Era Pro’s Ultracush support and Duracap toe reinforcement should more than make up for it’s lesser blackishness. For those who want to be all murdered out everything the Ballistic Authentic should pretty much have you covered, with a touch of 3M woven into the laces to keep you somewhat visible at night lest you be cleaned up by a truck that doesn’t even know you’re there.
The C&L Eras (stands for Canvas & Leather) always prove popular, these two variations no doubt will be any different. A classic Navy Blue with a bit of stripey goodness inside and bright red with Leopard print lining will be sure to make your day a little bit better.
Wood Thrush is a really weird name for a colour, it has us perplexed as to who actually decided that it was a good decision to run with it. We aren’t sure which colour it’s actually referring to on the above Era but we’ll have to guess it’s the camel/tobacco/sand looking colour. When it’s teamed up with a bit of navy blue and hints of red, regardless of it’s questionable name it makes for a damned nice colourway.
Last but most definitely not least is an Old Skool for the ladies that we’ll probably get a million guys asking us what the biggest size is. Teaming leopard print with black suede on a white sole is a timeless look, regardless of how hot it is, was or will be. Anyone that cares to argue with us can kindly go away.