Your winter sneaker edit
Sneakers have become a staple item in everyone's wardrobes. Given their versatility across (almost) every occasion, your cost per wear pretty much equals a cup of coffee.
Here is a guide to this season’s latest box fresh kicks that will help you earn your way towards sneakerhead status.
The icons of yesterday, still a firm favourite today
The Superga Classic was designed well over 100 years ago and remains a timeless style today. Features an extra strong, fully breathable, pure cotton upper and a vulcanised rubber outsole.
Originally made for basketball courts in the '70s, celebrated by hip hop royalty in the '80s. The adidas Superstar shoe is now a lifestyle staple for streetwear enthusiasts worldwide.
The everyday go-to
Puma Ralph Sampson
From Hype DC
Named after the first pick of the '83 NBA Draft, the Puma Ralph Sampson is a basketball sneaker with a timeless style. Constructed with a leather upper, Puma Formstrip, hand-written style Ralph Sampson signature, and a rubber outsole.
From Merchant 1948
Featuring a croc texture panel and gold detail, PIPER pairs perfectly with distressed denim and a cosy knit.
The dressy sneaker
Pugsy Quilted Sneaker
Pugsy from Betts is an elevated take on a classic white sneaker featuring a black trim and quilted texture.
Genuine leather sneakers with a golden toned branded metal plaque to the laces.
Sneakers to raise a sweat in
Adidas Ultraboost 19
From The Athlete's Foot
The Ultraboost is a performance running style that’s designed for everyday wear. These stretchy knit shoes have a streamlined shape and a supportive, sock-like feel.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36
From Stirling Sports
The iconic Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 returns with a fresh look and a hidden pop of colour. More perforations and engineered mesh in the upper offer targeted breathability across high-heat areas, while exposed Flywire cables give you a snug fit at higher speeds.