The Wellie boot from The Original Muck Boot Company

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I tried out the new Wellie boot from The Original Muck Boot Company and came away impressed with the comfort and styling.

This is a functional work boot that also looks stylish as well. The key feature is standing comfort on hard surfaces with the boot’s shock absorbing outsole and Gel-Core sub-sole that adds cushioning. The Wellie is a mid-height full grain leather pull-on boot that is 100% waterproof and features breathable Hydroguard and Airmesh lining to displace moisture effectively to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. They’re also available with a composite toe for increased workplace safety.

The Wellie comes in brown as pictured above along with black and wheat colors. The Crazy Horse full grain leather is soft and attractive, making the Wellie a boot you can wear out with jeans or casual pants as well.

  

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d rose 5 boost shoes

D Rose 5 Boost Shoes

Derrick Rose is back, and other than a mild ankle sprain he’s looking pretty damn good on the court with the Bulls. His new shoes looks great as well as you can see in the photo above and the video below. The bright red shoes with black and white trim and blue laces definitely stand out and are also reasonable priced.

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Root Bizzle Monthly Tie Club

Root Bizzle Ties

As trends come and go, it’s important to keep your wardrobe current, and with accessories like ties, it’s easy to keep up with the times with a stylish look. With that in mind, we checked out the Root Bizzle Monthly Tie Club, which makes it easy to regularly update your tie collection with the latest styles and designs.

You can change your look with a new tie, particularly if you wear suits to work consistently. Also, skinnier ties are back, so many of us need to update our collection. In certain professions, you may want to stick to the wider ties at work, but then a skinny tie can change your look considerably for a night on the town.

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Bullz-Eye checks out The Blast from Reebok dropping this Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner, and Reebok is helping all of the ballers out there make it a special year.

Reebok Classic are bringing back the 90s this Halloween with a limited edition colorway of The Blast, releasing on Friday, October 31st. Featuring a unique mix of dark sage and red, “Freaks of the Night” is the perfect shoe to complete your fall look. We tested these new releases and they look even better in person, as pictures can only do so much with the color combination that you’ll only find on these kicks. The Blast know they are fresh and folks will remind you over and over again how fresh your Reeboks are this Halloween!

Stand out on Halloween night by heading to Jimmy Jazz, Shoe City or Reebok.com and grab your pair for $120.

  

Arnette Eyewear’s Public Enemy Collection Sunglasses

Public Enemy Arnette Sunglasses

What I didn’t realize while it was happening in the 1980s and 90s, and even up until this year, was how successfully Public Enemy branded themselves in an era when “branding” wasn’t a buzzword or something that everyone was trying to build, bereft of skill as they may be.

Even today, if you blast Public Enemy in your office at what is considered more than a reasonable volume, it will likely be received as a “statement” of some kind, just like when you hear a commercial for the latest U2 album and know there must be a new Apple product out.

The Public Enemy logo, a silhouette of a b-boy in the crosshairs of a gun sight, stood on its own merit independent of the group and became a defiant fashion statement against oppression (perceived or real), e.g. Edward Furlong as antagonist John Connor in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” who wears a PE shirt for the entirety of the movie.

Iconic still today, sunglass company Arnette Eyewear launched a limited edition Public Enemy Collection as a part of both its “Uncommon Projects” initiative and the 25th Anniversary of the song, “Fight the Power.”

“I like to wear sunglasses, but I don’t like to wear sunglasses at performances,” the group’s Chuck D said to Rolling Stone. “We decided to do this because we were tired of not having things for people. We’re not going to go do some lucrative vodka shit, where it’s the rapper goes big and has his own vodka. I can’t do that. I’m not part of that one. But I hope these do well.”

Built on the classic look of Arnette’s Witch Doctor frame, the glasses come with interchangeable black and white arms that feature the logo on one side and the classic “Public Enemy” name on the other.

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