size? collections – Zach Kyte – Assistant Store Manager at Jason Markk London
Assistant Store Manager at Jason Markk London, it's pretty clear that Zach Kyte knows a thing or two about his trainers. His collection is packed with rarities and a few classic size? exclusives, keep on scrolling and take a look for yourselves…
Footpatrol x Nike Air Stab - 2005
"A Trainer I wasn’t able to get hold of at the time in 2005 but was lucky enough to pick up a deadstock pair a few years ago. The Footpatrol x Nike Air Stab are one of the oldest pairs that I still wear."
Jessie J x Nike Air Max 90 Lunar - 2014
"These released on Air Max Day in March 2014. They were the prize on a scavenger hunt set by Jessie J in London. Probably one of the rarer pairs I own and come in a big display box."
Nike ACG Moc 3.0 - 2020
"I’ve always been a fan of ACG silhouettes. I love the back story behind them and the obscure designs. These have been getting a lot of wear recently."
size? x Nike Air Huarache LE - 2013
"Huaraches were a Trainer I wore a lot growing up so when Nike bought back the silhouette a few years ago I made sure I picked up as many colourways as possible."
NikeLab Air Zoom Spiridon - 2016
"The Spiridon was a trainer I learnt about when I was younger but was never able to get hold of a pair of at the time. I was really happy to see this re-release in 2016."
Nike Air Max Plus 3 - 2020
"The TN was where it all began for me. It was the first pair of trainers I saved up for myself when I was still in primary school. TNs were a big deal growing up in Kent and I loved these because they were different from the original TNs that everyone else was wearing."
Patta x Nike Air Span II - 2018
"I've always been a big fan of Air Spans and Patta. This is a pair that never actually got released, which is a long story, but after a long hunt I managed to get hold of a pair."
size? x Nike Air Huarache Light - 2014
"I’ve picked up most of the size? x Nike collabs over the years. I’m a big fan of the Mowabb colourway, and it works really well on these."