The Converse All Star makes many of us super nostalgic. First released as a basketball shoe in 1917 (yep, its that ancient), the Converse All Star sneaker was restyled after basketball star Charles Chuck" Taylor became a Converse shoe salesman, leading to the nickname "Chuck Taylors."
Constructed with durable suede and canvas uppers in a range of fresh colorways, the Old Skool pays homage to our heritage while ensuring that this low top, lace-up shoe remains as iconic as ever. It also features re-enforced toe caps, supportive padded collars, and signature rubber waffle outsoles.
Originally designed to play basketball, the adidas Superstar dominated the floors during the 1970s. It was quickly adopted by the street, thanks to the influence of hip-hop stars. This season, the adidas Superstar is available in multiple colorways for men, women and kids.DISCOVER THE COLLECTIONDISCOVER THE COLLECTION
Future doesn't erase the past. It builds off of it. Think of any sci-fi film you've seen. Innovation and technology may reign supreme, but the nostalgia of the past is undeniable. Playing with that idea, these adidas OZWEEGO Shoes fuse retro elements with futuristic design lines. Targeted support in the forefoot and heel makes for a supremely comfortable ride.
The radiance lives on in the Nike Air Force 1 '07, the b-ball icon that puts a fresh spin on what you know best: crisp leather, bold colours and the perfect amount of flash to make you shine.
Lace up in a retro look with New Balance. In a multi-color, these archive-inspired sneakers have a durable textile upper with leather overlays for added support. They feature a tonal lace up fastening and are sat on a responsive ENCAP midsole for lightweight, everyday cushioning. With a grippy gum rubber sole, these trainers are finished with the iconic New Balance 'N' logo to the sidewalls.DISCOVER THE COLLECTIONDISCOVER THE COLLECTION