size? ‘Triple Black’ Footwear Selection

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In light of the Nike Air Huarache ‘Triple Black’, we have compiled a list to show that the Air Huarache isn’t alone in adopting an all black colourway. Whether its going back to school, back to work or keeping in line with a monochrome aesthetic, there is something here for everyone.

Vans Sk8 Hi Reissue ‘Xtuff Pack’ – £65

Vans present this Sk8 Hi Reissue from the ‘Xtuff Pack’ consisting of a black and white pair of the mid-cut silhouette inspired by the classic Old Skool. This Sk8 Hi Reissue ‘Xtuff’ is presented in a durable black coated leather upper featuring a supportive and padded ankle. The shoe is sat on a black midsole with herringbone traction outsoles. The shoe is finished with perforated detailing to the toebox, a contrasting tan lining, branding to the tongue and back of the midsole plus tonal laces. 

PUMA GV Special – £80

Puma presents this GV Special taking inspiration from Argentinian tennis icon Guillermo Vila. This colourway is presented in a black leather upper with a suede perforated toebox. This shoe is sat on a black midsole with Puma branding with a brown outsole. Th GV Special is finished with Gold branding to the sidewall, branding to the heel plus a branded suede tongue tab and tonal laces with gold metal tips. 

Reebok Ex-O-Fit II Lo – £47

Founded in 1890 in the northern English town of Bolton, Reebok started out as one man creating novelty spiked running shoes for local athletes. This Reebok Ex-O-Fit Plus Lo shoe features a black leather upper with an EVA midsole for ultimate comfort. Other details include a contrast lining with stitch detailing throughout and Reebok branding on the side, tongue, heel and midsole. 

Vans Classic Slip On – £47

Vans have been designing various types of skateboard shoes since 1976 and this time round they have released a classic known as the Slip-On in a smooth clean black colourway on a canvas upper plus the much loved chunky mid and waffle outsole. Vans branding is present on the back of the heel and via a brand tab woven onto the side.

Spring Court G2 Classic – £40

In 1936, a man named Theodore Grimmeisen revolutionized sports footwear. After creating the Tennis shoe a shoe with cotton top and vulcanized sole, the Spring Court was born. In 1952, this patent was adapted to improve natural ventilation with an insole to arch the foot and incorporate ventilation. Today the Spring Court brand follows the same technology in it’s footwear. The brand present this G2 Classic in a black cotton canvas upper sat on a vulcanisde rubber sole which features four ventilation holes. The shoe features include metail eyelets, tonal stitching plus branding to the heel and tongue tab and is finished with tonal stitching. 

 Nike Air Force 1 Lo – £67

Originally launched in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 was the first basketball shoe to house the Nike Air technology and thus revolutionised basketball trainer design. This model is presented in a premium black leather upper with the famous chucky cup sole, swoosh branding on both sides and embossed Air branding on the rear of the sole. 

adidas Originals Superstar II – £62

As the choice brand of the 80’s, adidas Originals resurrect one of their more famous designs the legendary Superstar. This version comes with the classic rubber shell toe, perforated detailing between the jagged three stripe branding and a clean black leather upper. Other elements include trefoil branding on the heel piece and further adidas Originals branding on the tongue, all sitting on top of a chunky midsole. 

SUPERGA 2750 Cotu Classic – £45

Established in Turin Italy in 1911, Superga started to produce shoes with vulcanized rubber soles and later increased the popularity of the 2750 with a more technical range. This classic 2750 Cotu silhouette is presented with a premium black coloured canvas and a black vulcanised mid sole. It features textured toe and heel bumpers, branded metallic eyelets, a textured gum outsole and a premium canvas lined inner. 

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