Sneakers

Slam Jam x New Balance 991

Partnering with Slam Jam once again, New Balance continue their 20th anniversary celebrations in honour of the iconic 991 sneaker.  Showcasing this Made in England offering, the American sportswear stalwarts tap the Italian retailer to deliver a low-key colourway brimming with street-ready charm. Constructed with a combination of suede leather and mesh across the model’s uppers, pops of silver cut through the black and…

Paris Saint-Germain x Air Jordan 7

Jordan Brand is once again linking up with celebrated soccer club Paris Saint-Germain—and this time, the revered silhouette of the Air Jordan 7 is being primed to hit the pitch. Contrasting shades of black and white cover the majority of the design, with accents of University Red and College Navy nodding to the team’s home kits. The classic design is lightened up…

Concepts x Nike Kyrie 7 “Horus”

The mysteries of ancient Egypt are a source of endless fascination for Kyrie. Partnering with Concepts, the Kyrie 7 “Horus” is inspired by glazed ceramics from ancient Egypt. Blue hues throughout the multidimensional upper draw from the colors of the artifacts, and Egyptian symbols are worked into the forefoot bands, heel, and Swoosh designs. The Concepts x Nike Kyrie 7 “Horus” will…

Nike Air Presto “Aquamarine”

Nike’s Air Presto may be a simple looking sneaker, but its pared-back appearance is the perfect canvas for bright colours and patterns — both of which you’ll find on this pair. The stretchy textile uppers are covered in a glitchy grey print and joined by a bold hit of aquamarine blue across the stabilising midfoot cage.  There are some vibrant hits of lime…

adidas Originals Tobacco GTX “Dohany” – size? Exclusive

A well-known terrace staple, the Tobacco first dropped in the late ‘70s, and its simple retro charm remains today.  We wanted to rework this legendary trainer, so we opted for a plush suede coated upper with a GORE-TEX lining to offer a utility element. The casual aesthetic remains though, and this one arrives with tonal 3-Stripes with perforations sandwiched in-between. What’s more,…

Craig Green x adidas Phormar Collection

British designer Craig Green has a history of reimagining adidas models to align with his distinctive aesthetic, transforming iconic silhouettes with his unique interpretation of uniforms and anatomical forms.  Presenting four new sneaker styles, Green continues this tradition. Unveiling the Phormar I and Phormar II models, the designer and sportswear stalwarts encapsulate an unconventional approach to modern design.  Thick rope details around the collar act as…

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Papa Bear”

Nodding back to the 2006 ‘Three Bears Pack’ – more specifically the Nike SB Dunk High – this Dunk Low revamp offers a fur-like setup.  On the upper, soft-to-touch ‘Wheat’ overlays cover a ‘Dark Purple’ tumbled leather base layer. The suede detailing continues on the Swooshes, which arrive in a ‘Light Fusion Red’ guise, matching up with the laces above. Rich colours…

New Balance M991GL Made in England

New Balance continue to celebrate the 991’s 20th anniversary and with the M991GL in all of its og glory. Wrapped up in all of its signature New Balance Greys, the Flimby crafted 991 sees its lush premium suedes scented with hits of reflective, white and white before moving to it’s ABZORB sole unit to finish it all off. Find the New Balance M991GL…

Nike Air Huarache OG “Mango”

Back in 1991, Nike debuted the Air Huarache, a lightweight runner inspired by form-fitting neoprene water-skiing boots, and used some bold, vibrant colourways to show off the distinctive build. And while the colourway used across this pair may look like one of the ’91 OGs, it’s actually entirely new.  A white base is joined by an eye-catching purple and bright mango neoprene sock, but…

Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Ghost Green”

Since its inception over 35 years ago, the Air Jordan 1 has entrenched itself as a wardrobe staple—and this edition is built to honor that longstanding history. The AJ1 Low OG tweaks the silhouette to accentuate heritage-inspired features, including an elevated logo on the heel tab and Nike Air branding in place of the Jumpman mark seen on more recent adaptations. This…