The writers and editors at SlamXHype spend their whole lives on the Internet, grinding their keyboards into dust as they scour the vast reaches of the digified world to find the coolest shit around.

Some of that stuff finds it’s way onto SlamXHype’s website, others come straight here in the form of SlamXWeekly, a curated set of links to the best and most awesome stuff that the interwebs has to offer.

SlamXWeekly hits every Friday, so check out the round up below then, then check back next week for more.


We got lost in the art of hot Brazilian model Carol Seleme in SlamXXX.

Ronnie Fieg is vying for more real estate in your closet, with his newest Puma collab for Dover St. Market. We matched it up with some fits in PairXWear.

We hung out at the Agenda Trade Show, and documented the behind-the-scenes at this coolguy convention.


These House of Hackney Pumas look like a fairy tale on your feet, in the best way possible.

Adidas re-releases the Micropacer. If you can’t see your feet when you look down, this might be a wise purchase.

Sneaker Freaker’s “Genealogy of Innovation” documents the evolution of Nike — the only history textbook you want to own.


Visvim continues its tradition of making really expensive versions of Vans silhouettes, with this Skagway.

We just left the Agenda Trade Show. We’ll show you how to dress if you want to break back in with our SlamXStyle.

In news filed under “bonerkiller”, Coolio is releasing his newest video on PornHub.


Action Bronson gets his Guy Fierri on and eats his way through England for the new episode of “Fuck, That’s Delicious”.

Common wont crack a grin when he reads our review of his new album “Nobody’s Smiling”.

Amy Winehouse never dropped a “Hot 16” but the hip hop world appreciated her bars. We celebrated her passing with Throwback Thursday


We showcased some examples of fancy gentlemen with these street style photos at the Capsule trade show.

We got caught up in The Rapture of this Huf x Blondie collab.

We put together a list of some of the best tunes coming out of Chicago’s Pitchfork Festival in SlamXSounds.