Sneakers had a first notable outbreak at the half of the last century when famous athletes make some shoes immortal thanks to their amazing challenges. As time goes by we've seen many changes featuring the introduction of new materials and silhouettes, all the way up to the ultra modern nowadays' kicks: that's why we've created a special type containing all the most significant retro footwear options ever. Vintage shoes feature many tennis sneakers, simply the sport that has marked streetwear history with legendary brands and unforgettable apparel pieces: ranging from Adidas Stan Smith to the large catalog of Reebok sneakers, nobody can resist the appeal of shoes that have reshaped the standards of comfort both on and off court. Along with those beauties we cannot overlook Nike sneakers from the '70s and the '80s, nothing but an updated yet faithful take on historical basketball models inspired to the NBA champions: high-cut sneakers with a premium leather upper declined in bright colorways - retro style at its best! Puma Clyde belongs to that category of shoes born on the hardwood but soon turned into a sheer pop culture icon: turned immortal thanks to Walter "Clyde" Frazier and his odd personality, they took advantage of their great popularity among breakers and rappers - such as their cousins, the Puma Suede - to go straight to the top of the most coveted sneakers all over the world. Asics Gel Lyte III brings a breath of fresh air straight outta Japan: a triple-density sole and particular split tongues are only two of the innovations introduced by this groundbreaking model, which made its debut in 1990 revolutionizing the entire footwear world. On the other hand the Three Stripes have been riding Adidas Superstar sleek design along with its unmistakable shell-toe - an evergreen silhouette to always stay up with times. Retro shoes keep their old-styled look even when we're talking about textures: uppers are often made of suede, synthetic, leather, nylon or canvas, placed atop gum soles willing to remain true to their roots, like the Nike Cortez. Many brands have recently started blending historical designs with innovative materials creating hybrid shoes well-balanced between past and future, paying respect to the brand's roots with an eye on new trends: choose the one for you and hit the streets with the coolest sneakers of the hood!