Play Cloths partner up with Saucony for the third time to bring us the “Strange Fruit” pack, which borrows tropical colours from the supermarket fruit aisle.
Created by Play Cloths, the streetwear brand founded by rappers Pusha T and No Malice, the Strange Fruit pack takes Saucony’s Shadow 5000 sneaker shape and produces it in trio of appetising colours. Continue reading →
After the announcement back in March where Pharrell confirmed joining the ever growing roster of stars teaming up with Adidas (Kanye, Nigo, etc), images are now surfacing of the collection that drops this weekend (20th October 2014). Pharrell teams up with Adidas Consortium and bring us the “Solid Pack” Collection. Continue reading →
Sneaker-heads rejoice! This is possibly the most anticipated pair of sneakers to be released this year, even more so than the Triple Black and the Triple Whites!
With the numerous drops of many different colourways of the Air Huarache in 2014 that we have seen already, Nike bring us one of the first OG colourways seen on a pair of Huaraches. The Nike air Huarache “Scream Green” returns at the beginning of September 2014 at most stockists (see below). The “Scream Green” OG colourway was first seen 23 years ago in 1991. Then it was retroed in 2000 and hasn’t been done since. Continue reading →
A classic silhouette with a splash of summer! Jordan Brand bring us another treat at the end of the month….this one is strictly for the ladies though!
The Jordan 3 Retro features a black nubuck upper that’s smooth like butter, the usual elephant effect on the toe and heel areas, and highlights of Bleached Turquoise (some would call it a “Tiffany” colourway) and Iron Purple for that perfect Summer sneaker for the females. Continue reading →
Another gem from the jordan brand drops this week. Not 1…but 2 offerings of the Jordan Future silhouette.
The first offering is the Future Premium “Camo’s” or “Dark Army”. Features the usual army colour mix of black, brown, tan and olive. All interwoven to create a digital type camouflage pattern. This is sat above a black and white sole and has premium touches like black suede and leather accents and gold lace tips to compliment the shoe. Continue reading →
We have seen a slew of state side Saucony collaborations recently and earlier this month saw the first of this years UK offerings with 2 colourways from the retailer Offspring. Now its time for some northern exposure with UK’s very own End Clothing. This offering from Saucony and End takes the Saucony Shadow 5000 and gives it a gourmet burger twist.
The Adidas Consortium EQT (Equipment) range were trainers that met the needs of the everyday runner when released in the early 90’s. It was a runner the incorporated what Adidas called the Torsion System, which was to provide support to the midfoot while on different terrains.