Your winter sneaker edit


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

Superga Classic
From Platypus

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.

Adidas Superstar
From Platypus

Originally made for basketball courts in the '70s, celebrated by hip hop royalty in the '80s.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.

Vans Old Skool
From General Pants Co.

A staple in skate culture and street style, Vans Old Skool were introduced in 1977 and have remained a classic style ever since. Full of attitude, they're both durable and lightweight.

Nike Court Vision low
From Rebel Sports

The Nike Court Vision low combines the fast break style of ‘80s basketball with the fast-paced culture of today’s game. It features an upper inspired by old-school basketball sneakers and the classic rubber cupsole featured on some of the most iconic silhouettes of the past.

Converse All Star high
From Hype DC

Chuck Taylor All Stars were created in 1917 as a non-skid basketball shoe, but over the decades these kicks have since been adopted by rebels, artists, musicians, dreamers, thinkers and originals alike.

The everyday go-to

Reebok Club C 85
From Rebel Sports

A new rendition of Reebok's classic Club C kick. The soft leather upper doles out superior support and quality. The midsole cushions every step, and a timeless Reebok window box logo amps up the look for casual yet sophisticated style.

From Novo

Catchy is a classic white sneaker that will complete any look.

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.

Fila Disruptor II
From General Pants Co.

The Disruptor is a '90s favourite, featuring a man-made upper, sitting on an extra chunky moulded rubber sole, which pretty much speaks for itself. Nostalgic style and throwback vibes, comfortable, durable and great looking, this athletic shoe is a new twist on an old favourite.

The dressy sneaker

Pugsy Quilted Sneaker
From Hannahs

Pugsy from Betts is an elevated take on a classic white sneaker featuring a black trim and quilted texture.

Lacoste Carnaby
From Hype DC

A timeless lace-up court inspired style, the Lacoste Carnaby is cut from a soft leather, making it the perfect elevated evening shoe.

Tommy Hilfiger
From Platypus

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 Rebel 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.

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