Nr. 1 in streetwear category
A neverending story: the Puma Suede originally released in 1968 and since then it has always been at the center on sports and fashion. It was on Tommie Smith and John Carlos podium while they made The 1968 Olympics Black Power salute, it ruled 1970s NBA courts, and from 1980s 'till now it's regulary spotted on feet of artists and athletes across the globe. It's called Suede because it's the first sporty sneakers ever to use an all suede upper. Nowadays its cool just as old times: classic thick rubber sole and embossed insert.
The Nike Tennis Classic is back in this new version: a classic design with a premium leather upper and a clean colorway.
The Chuck Taylor All Star is the most iconic sneaker in the world, recognized for its unmistakable silhouette and cultural authenticity. Created in the 1917, the shoe was improved by the basketball player Chuck Taylor and his name was incorporated on the shoe itself. Woen by ninety percent of professional and college basketball players until the '70s, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star is now one of the best seller sneaker around the world. Canvas upper, rubber toe cap and sole.
The Nike Tennis Classic is back in this new version: a classic design with a premium leather upper and a crispy triple white colorway.
The Gel Lyte EVO is the updated version of another classic Asics silhouette: the Gel Lyte III, we can notice that looking at the tongue of the shoe which is almost the same. The main difference is on the upper: coveted in soft rubber with a pattern ispired by old samurai armours. Gel technology and exclusive colorway, part of the 'Armour Pack'.
The Diadora N9000 is one of the most loved retro-running model from the Italian shoe company, coming strightly from the original 90' catalog. It features an high quality construction featuring a mix of suede and nylon. Bi-color colorway. EVA midsole. Contrast laces set included.
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