Basically, the sneakers section is dedicated to models with a sporty DNA, regardless of how they are used today. Many end up sold-out within a few seconds, like the Nike Air Max or the Jordan 1; New Balance and Converse are also brands that have made the history of the sneaker game, thanks to models such as the Converse All-Star or the M991 Made in England, but usually sneakers rhyme with Nike. Beaverton is the brand that created the phenomenon of sneakers, introducing functional innovations - Air Unit, Nike Zoom, Nike React among others - and aesthetics that have changed the way of thinking and producing shoes.
Swoosh aside, in this section you will also find retro sneakers, that are reissues of classics from the past, as well as mountain and running shoes. The Hoka One One is a hybrid between these two categories, because they were designed for trail running. Speech similar to that of winter sneakers: waterproof models, often coated in GORE-TEX®, with a treaded sole to deal with slippery ground, often available in more casual and road-friendly versions, such as the XT-4 and XT-6 Advanced by Salomon.
Instead, casual shoes collect all those models that were not conceived for sporting reasons, such as the Clarks Wallabee or any pair of low Dr Martens. Here you will also find our selection of loafers and boat shoes, that is flat shoes but equipped with a sturdy rubber sole to avoid slipping.
If the boots section embraces technical mountain boots, as well as more casual models, the sandals and slippers page contains all the open footwear that comes to mind, from Suicoke sandals to Nike Benassi.
To close the circle, cleaning liquids and complete kits for storing and cleaning sneakers and shoes, perfected by experts in sneakers protection such as Jason Markk and Crep Protect.