For their rendering of the PONY Slam Dunk Hi, Wish of Atlanta serendipitously pairs the silhouette up with this year’s Chinese zodiac sign, presenting the “Good Fortune” colorway. Utilizing a mix of red and black pony hair, the kick also adds in reflective material via the branding and eyelet trim, with “Good” and “Fortune” featured on the lacestays. The Wish x PONY Slam Dunk Hi “Good Fortune” will be available in-store at Wish on April 25 with six pairs packaged in a custom-made wooden box courtesy of Brooklyn’s Good Wood being raffled off at the launch event.
PONY takes camo to the next level with the new Rothco x PONY Capsule Collection. An armed services clothing provider, Rothco started in New York as a World War II provider and has grown into one of the largest military manufacturers in the world. The company has teamed up with PONY, who also has NYC roots, to integrate authentic woodland camouflage into the PONY Trackitback. The actual DPM pattern that the U.S. military has used for last 60+ years, the pattern is spotted throughout on the tongue, laces, and insoles to go with an all-black base. The Rothco x PONY Capsule Collection also features an authentic M-65 field jacket and backpack, with all elements available now at PONY.
Team colors tag the Colette x PONY Topstar Collection. Both high and low leather takes on the Topstar silo showcase sapphire blue, Colette’s Pantone color, in yin and yang fashion with white contrast. Shop tagging stands out on the tongue, while spotted laces provide another splash of fair. Fans of the Colette x PONY Topstar Collection can pick up each installment exclusively at Colette.
Pony Footwear started in the States. This week, the Product of New York shoe line returns home with the American relaunch on their sneaker series. Hi and Ox versions of the TopStar Suede are set to hit select shops, as is the M-100 model. All three silos will launch on August 1st at select US boutiques, including LEADERS, Shoe Gallery, Shoegasm, David Z, and Exit 36. Check out detailed shots of the Pony collection below.
The mad dash of retro sneakers being re-released continues with Pony reintroducing themselves to the game with a trifecta of the Pony City Wings. Originally debuting as an on-court option, the shoe’s simplistic design adapts well as a modern casual sneaker. Coming back in three different color options, we find one pair leaning to a cool grey feel offset by a white toe box and side panels, with the Pony emblem contrasting in black. As for the additional two pairs that are on the way, they complement each other, boasting similar color schemes with one showcasing white leather and the other predominantly draped in black. As early as the first week of August, we can expect the Grey/White and Red/White colorways to be available, with the Black/Red being held off until August 15, coming in at an $80 price point. Check out the list below for shops that will have these shoes in stock when they drop.