Nike Air Max 95 ’20 for 20′, PUMA Fast Rider & Style Rider and more – size? previews March 2020

For March’s episode of size? previews, we’ll be taking a look at a duo of exclusive releases created with PUMA, the iconic Vans Slip-On from ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’, and our second rendition of the Converse All Star ‘Multipatch’.

We’ve also had the chance to take an early look at the Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Caged, and we take you through the ins and outs of our latest anniversary collaboration on the Air Max 95 ’20 for 20′.

Nike Air Max 95 ’20 for 20′ – size? Exclusive

The size? Exclusive Nike Air Max 95 ’20 for 20′ channels 20 of our favourite exclusive projects created together with Nike over our 20-year relationship. With so many shoes under our belt, it was hard to narrow down the selection so far, but we’re happy that some of the best in our history have been spliced into one exceptional pair – and what better way to do it than on one of the best Air Max models ever made.

Puma Style Rider and Fast Rider – size? Exclusive

Our first 20th anniversary project with PUMA sees us working on the great ‘Rider’ series, reinterpreting two of the OG colourways of both the Style Rider and Fast Rider, and applying them to a single pair.

The first of it’s kind, a split material construction separates the two hero colours on each shoe which you can see prominently down the toebox.

Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Caged

Sitting alongside the fabled Air Max line, Zoom infused shoes have always held a bit of a cult following among the more discerning collectors. The Spiridon range, in particular, has always been one of the most famous names, but this is one of the first times the Caged version has been released in a good couple of decades.

Vans Slip-On ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’

This latest version of the Vans Slip-On ‘Checkerboard’ pays homage to a promotional product worn at the film premiere of the ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ back in 1982, referencing the fresh pair main character Jeff Spicoli – played by Sean Penn – unboxes in the film.

Converse All Star Chuck Taylor 70 ‘Multipatch’ – size? Exclusive

Following on from the all-black pair released at the tail end of last year, we’re pleased to bring you the flipped all-white version. Coming with a different set of patches to the original pair, it’s the perfect canvas to get busy with and make the shoes your own.

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