We’ve taken a closer look at some of the latest additions to the size? Sale, asking our buyers for their opinion on the diverse mix of products. Their final verdict includes an elusive collection from the depths of the adidas archive, a premium leather pair from Japan’s finest ASICS, as well as a HUF half-zip which is tailored for stormy spring weather. Shop our entire selection online here, and take a look at some of our buyer’s picks below.
adidas Originals AS350 – £45 – Shop Now
Released last Summer as part of Gary Aspden’s SPEZIAL collection, the classic adidas 350 returns in two primary colourways. Each is adorned with perforations across the upper and sits upon a textured brown gum midsole that complements the nubuck suede upper perfectly.
adidas Originals 83-C – Track Top: £45 | Track Pants: £40 – Shop Now
The elusive tracksuit inspired by a Car Racing Mechanic. After years spent searching, adidas designers eventually discovered J-Mano, who changed tyres at a race track named ’83-C’. This collection combines Mano’s signature with a classic casualwear cut.
adidas Originals Stan Smith CF & Mid – £45 & £50 – Shop Now
A controversial silhouette when it was released in 1965, the Stan Smith was originally presented as the ‘Halliet’- taking its name from French tennis player Robert Halliet. Later renamed in 1972 in favour of world champion at the time, Stan Rogers Smith, this silhouette has quickly transferred from the grass courts to the concrete street. Two of our picks for the season are a higher-cut ‘Mid’ version, as well as a design which sees velcro straps replacing the traditional lace-up.
New Era 9FIFTY Mono Strapback Cap – size? Exclusive – £20 – Shop Now
The newest size? Exclusive accessories range we’ve received from New Era runs with a very clean aesthetic throughout. Sourcing originality from tradition, this strapback cap features a traditional cotton construction with badge branding to the front panel. An easy cap to add to the collection, this also has a peak that can be adjusted for a higher curve.
Fred Perry Taped Ringer Polo Shirt – £40 – Shop Now
Fred Perry, one of the defining British brands of the 21st century is extremely well rehearsed in creating pique polo shirts emblazoned with the Laurel Wreath. The Taped Ringer Polo Shirt is a re-imagining of this heritage style, making use of contemporary taping to each sleeve.
The North Face Red Box T-Shirt – £20 – Shop Now
A staple since 1966, The North Face was founded upon the unforgiving nature of mountain exploration. A key part of The North Face’s identity has always been the signature block logo, a symbol which transfers to this t-shirt through colour block printing.
Nike SB Stefan Janoski Premium HT – £40 & £45 – Shop Now
First launched in 2002, Nike SB line is now best known for its apparel endorsed and worn by professional skateboarders. This season appropriate Stefan Janoksi silhouette combines a reduced weight with a flexible herringbone outsole for tailored grip.
HUF Tofino Half-Zip Hoody – £50 – Shop Now
Known for creating footwear and apparel which draws influence from street and skate focused style, the Half-Zip from HUF provides the best of both worlds – backed fleece and a water-resistant shell provide unconditional comfort all year round.
ASICS GEL-Lyte III Leather – £65 – Shop Now
A premium leather iteration of the familiar silhouette from ASICS, this colourway sits well within a tonal Spring palette. The seasonal iteration comprises of a stripped back colourway with a full leather uppers and sidestripes, working as great played down companion to a simple outfit.
Brixton Maverick Windbreaker Jacket – £20 – Shop Now
Prepare for any turbulent Spring showers with this lightweight coach jacket from Brixton. Carefully constructed from a wind and water-resistant fabric, this jacket provides ample protection no matter what the weather throws at you.