Nike Air Safari Deconstructed
Stripping back and simplifying the legendary Nike Safari’s upper, this Deconstructed version is definitely a release for the mature footwear connoisseur and one of our favourites Nike’s seasonal releases. This drop is also available in a black suede.
With the rise and rise of New Balance showing no signs of slowing, the 1500 is the perfect example of why. Entirely hand made in England using nubuck, suede and leather panels, the 1500 is a sharper and narrower design than the 576 and 577 models.
Asics Gel Lyte III
One of the great running shoe brands, asics have gradually tailored their releases to satisfy the need for form and function. Effortlessly mixing eye catching colours with their famed construction and technology, this Gel Lyte III is the perfect example of that.
A terrace classic, the Gazelle Indoor from adidas Originals is an essential addition to the 3 Stripe fan’s collection. Plush blue suede, a translucent gum sole and gold foiling all make for a seriously good shoe.
Converse Jack Purcell Leather
The white canvas shoe is a must for all wardrobes, and no brand creates a white canvas shoe better than Converse. Selected from the Jack Purcell range, the instantly recognisable ‘smiley’ toe cap sets this apart from the rest and is a model you can come back to season after season.
Utilizing premium materials and skilled workmanship, the Vans California collection continue to release quality and most importantly wearable designs. This Era ‘Two-Tone’ model is one of our picks of the recent package, the great blend of burgundy suede and soft navy leather sealing it.