Saucony Grid 9000 – Spice Pack


Saucony are renowned for their instantly recognisable silhouettes and the Grid 9000 has long been one of these for the retro running brand. A refined shape and style that provides both comfort and good looks in adbundance, the Grid 9000 is a favourite a mongst fans of the brand. This season, Saucony presents us with the Grid 9000 in two refreshing new colour ways.
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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



Nike continues the summer wave and brings us yet another Huarache colourway this week with the not so intergalatic “Space Blue” colourway.

The Huarache hype continues without a hint of it dying out any time soon! New colourways just seem to drop every other week! Whether its a good or bad thing, is another debate. But we’ll let you decide… Continue reading

Adidas x Marvel “The Amazing Spider-Man” Boost Pack


Adidas and Marvel have teamed up for an exciting double pack of the Adidas Boost to celebrate The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The pack consists of an adizero Prime Boost and Energy Boost. The pack takes its inspiration from the leading characters of the film: Spider Man and Electro. Continue reading

Adidas Originals AdiZero Adios Boost 2 “Vista Blue”


Adidas have mixed the latest technological advancements with their never failing aesthetic appeal to bring the must have performance running shoe of the Autumn/Winter season, AdiZero Adios Boost 2.

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Nike Air Mariah PR Tier Zero


We’ve had a lot of retro runners making a return this year from a number of brands.

This month sees the return of a classic 80s retro runner in extremely limited numbers. Athletic shoe and apparel  powerhouse Nike have returned the Nike Air Mariah in its original colour way. Continue reading

Nike Air Huarache – White/Pure Platinum


We recently had the triple black now we have an all white Nike Air Huarache to drool over. This well admired neoprene and leather silhouette officially known as Pure Platinum comes with, a perforated toe box with microperf accents along the upper. Clearly you will want take good care of these, avoiding mud, puddles, pubs/bars and possibly close contact with other people. These may only see the light of day on the sunniest of days. There seems to already be quite a stir surrounding this sneaker as with the previously released triple black Nike Air Huarache. To get your hands on these as always we here at SneakerBlock are here to help. Continue reading

Saucony x END. Shadow 5000 “Burger”


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.

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Premier x Saucony – Shadow 6000 “Life On Mars”


Another week…another sweet Saucony collab!

This time Saucony have teamed up with PREMIER of Grand Rapids, Michigan, for a double pack and have collaborated on the Shadow 6000 pack inspired by the rocky red planet, Mars. After a successful drop in the US last month, they have now been given an international release which hits selected stores this weekend. Continue reading

Nike Air Max 1 FB Premium Mercurial Pack

Nike Air Max 1 FB Premium Mercurial Pack 1

Nike as been associated with Football (Soccer) for many years. It wasn’t until 1998 that we saw the first Nike Mercurial Football boot (Soccer Cleat). It was a shoe that Nike created and inspired by an athlete who bought a completely new style and brand of football. They were worn by none other than the great Ronaldo during World Cup 1998 in France, and no it wasn’t Cristiano. The tagline for this shoe was Ultralight, so your legs can be as fast as your imagination. Now this iconic shoe range moves from the football pitch to the streets.

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