Reebok Classic Bolton OG 29/01/2019

Reebok Bolton OG

REEBOK RE-ISSUES TWO NEW COLOURWAYS BOLTON OG FOR SS19 The Iconic Bolton silhouettes named after the city in northern west England where Reebok was originally established, the Bolton were released in 1992 and once again pulled from the Reebok archives with fresh colourways set out to make a lasting statement. Reebok release two new colourways for the sleek trainer giving it that cool causal appeal but not taking it away from its true roots. The Bolton retains most of its original design details and features such as a Hy-Lite mid-sole... Read More

Reebok Aztek OG 24/01/2019

Reebok Classics Aztrek OG – Arriving Soon

REEBOK RE-ISSUES THE AZTREK OG FOR SS19 For SS19 Reebok turn to it’s vast archives of retro runners in order to bring back the 1993  Aztrek OG in bold Crushed Cobalt & Solar Yellow and Pink Fusion/Urban Violet colourways with a release date of the 24th of January. Originally designed by the legendary Christian Tresser the Aztrek silhouette is widely renowned for paving the path to success by utilising hexalite heel technology alongside a medial EVA mid-sole offering enhanced comfort and shock absorption. Staying true to the original with a stitch-by-stitch... Read More

Sneaker Jargon Explained 01/02/2018

Anatomy of a Sneaker Silhouette – Sneakerhead Jargon Explained

Are you interested in a new pair of trainers but confused by all of the sneakerhead jargon? The anatomy of the sneaker can be a complicated thing, especially as shoes come in many different shapes and sizes whilst boasting many different technical features for varied purposes. Essentially, most trainers consist of the same basic parts . Here is an explanation of the jargon along with our glossary per brand   THE ANATOMY OF A SNEAKER SILHOUETTE   Toe Box – The toe box is usually made from leather or suede... Read More