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Need a fresh pair for spring? Check out these 5 new sneaker releases from Adidas, Nike, Asics, Reebok and Zespa…
Boasting spandex as one of its materials, the Huarache’s inspiration came from a Native American sandal called ‘Huarache’ which is where this foot-hugging shoe derives its name from.
White, white and more white. Well, platinum really, but whatever, these are a serious shoe. Honey comb mesh, perforated leather overlays and of course the signature sock lining.
Offspring are currently rocking these, but be sure to add some shoe protector to your shopping basket because these bad boys are gonna be hard to keep clean!
From the lightweight to the luxurious. Sneaker label Zespa was founded in 2009 and offer superior quality, highly skilled French craftsmanship and slick designs.
The ZSP are premium sneakers built in calfskin uppers and finished nicely in an all black colourway with a touch of gold detailing on the heel and tongue.
Although one might say these Zespa’s are a little Stan Smith-esque, we’re loving them.
Jump online at End Clothing now for a little bit of luxury.
Buy: End Clothing
Another classic resurrected by Reebok – the GL6000, formerly a running shoe (of course) is back and this time we’re treated to the soft suede upper and the striking batik, blue and white/black colourway.
Head over to Hanon and grab a pair now.
Designed back in 91’ the GLS is not too dissimilar to its big brother and more popular shoe, the Gel Lyte III.
Slightly toned down, this lightweight number has the traditional Asics trademark on both sides but also sports the famous split tongue again like its big brother.
Get over to Size? now to pick up a pair.
The younger brother of the Air Pegasus 89 is definitely from the vintage running archives. With a mesh and suede upper, foam mid-sole and waffle outsole, these classics are simple and lightweight.
They’re definitely one for the collection if you have a bushy beard, roll your jeans up and sport a full arm sleeve…
Prime Online is where they’re at.
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