We continue foraging through the G-Shock vaults and take a look at a true rarity, the G-100RB-9JF. Surfacing in 2002 (and never surfacing again because it was discontinued), the G-100RB-9JF was part of the G’Mix series, which was targeted at a music-loving consumers who wanted to flex some [...]Read more
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From time to time we shine a light on what goes down at G-Shock’s factories; the quality control, how the watches are tested and like, and you guys always eat it up. So this new video by IDG will likely interest you, as Casio open the doors to [...]Read more
Seminal streetwear masters Stussy line up with G-Shock again for another colab, and this time it’s the absolute original model that gets blessed. The Stussy x Bape Frogman was a memorable and staunch-lookin’ G from last year, but the latest effort opts for more in-your-face design and branding. [...]Read more
Is the Kidrobot craze dead? The writing seemed on the wall when KR closed their London retail HQ last year and now they’ve shut up their New York home, and that ain’t good. The SoHo store was a must-stop mecca for toy pilgrims, and it’s a shame to [...]Read more
The GA-100C is an el-premo Casio wrist rider and is delivered here in a straight gorgi charcoal and pink colour combo. The dual-time model is drenched completely in a matte black, save for a the soft pink watch face needles, which really pop out. It’s a great look [...]Read more