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Shoes Dec 4, 2010

BAL Straightchip Suede Shoes

For Spring/Summer 2011 Japanese label BAL is offering a new shoe style called the Straightchip. Mating a sneaker DNA with a few more dressed up attributes – such as the lacing system – BAL achieves a unique look that many … Read more
Accessories Dec 3, 2010

Bal x Porter Camera Sling & Case

Bal and Porter worked together on a very practical – and good looking – camera sling alongside a matching camera case/gadget pouch. Constructed of a combination of nylon, leather and metal and plastic closures, the case comes in olive… Read more
Fashion Aug 23, 2010

Stussy x BAL T-Shirts

Stussy has collaborated with Japanese brand BAL. They worked on two colorways of the tee, one releasing at BAL retailers and the other one only dropping at Stussy stores. Check out the second colorway of the t-shirt after the jump. Read more
Fashion Jun 8, 2010

Bal Riders Jacket

Bal preview a premium leather and suede Riders Jacket from their Fall/Winter 2010 lineup. Available in black, grey or blue, the jacket features a number of well interpreted Riders Jacket trappings in addition to a contrast leopard print… Read more
Shoes Jun 6, 2010

George Cox x Bal Sneaker Type Shoe

Sneaker Type Shoe. Their words, not ours. Anyways, British shoemaker George Cox is working with the Japanese folks at Bal for the third, this round coming up with a more original silo. “Original” of course is to be taken lightly, … Read more
Toys Mar 25, 2009

Medicom x Bal x Dedue 5th Anniversary Bearbrick

Japanese retailer Dedue is celebrating their 5th anniversary. For the occasion they got together with brand Bal and Medicom to produce a 100% Bearbrick. The Bearbrick features an all-over splatter graphic and is now exclusively available at… Read more
Sneakers Sep 14, 2008

Lakai x Bal

Lakai got together with Japanese brand Bal to work on a sneaker. The brand added a wild multicolor graphic to the side panels of the otherwise simple silhouette. The rest of the sneaker is covered in black suede. The Bal … Read more
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