For the last episode of 2020, we’ve got four more exclusive projects we’ve been working on throughout the year, this time with adidas Originals, Reebok, and our first partnership with Clarks Originals.
size? x Reebok x Kit-Cat Clock Club C
We’ve experimented with different versions of the Club C several times over the past few years, but there’s just something about that classic, cream leather make-up that we’ll always come back to. Leading on from our recent ‘Classics by size?’ collection, we’ve teamed up with iconic clock manufacturers Kit-Cat Clock on a new rendition. Dotted around the upper you can see various different characteristics found on their clocks, including the moving eyes and the beaming cats face. There’s also a matching clock to sit together with the collaboration, featuring elements of our signature orange and ‘ginger’ style paintjob on the body.
size? x adidas Originals ‘Alternative Marathon’ Pack
Last year we brought you a three shoe ‘marathon’ themed pack that celebrated some of the more elaborate races from across the globe, instead of the run of the mill races everyone’s familiar with. The collection returns again this year but this time we’ve looked to Guatemala and it’s Pacaya Volcano, the Aburrá Valley in Medellín, Columbia, and Kathmandu in Nepal, and the classic road-running silhouettes we’ve selected this time include the TRX Runner, ZX420, and Boston Super.
size? x Clarks Originals Desert Trek
Alongside all the other great collaborations we’ve been fortunate enough to work on to celebrate our Anniversary, this one with Clarks Originals is a special one. Our first ever project together with the brand, what better way to kick things off then apply our signature palette to one of the greatest shoes in their roster.
size? x adidas Originals Anniversary City Series ‘Johannesburg’
We’ve finally come to the end of the year, and the final instalment in our Anniversary City Series, ‘Johannesburg’. Dressed top to bottom in gold suede and leather, its the fitting end to the years worth of releases. The city itself is known as the City of Gold due the precious metal that lives underneath which was discovered back in 1886.