With a hint of sunshine starting to appear from behind that everlasting grey curtain, we thought it was high time we give you a low-down on some perfect transitional shoes to see you through from this awkward ‘is it spring/is it not it spring?’ stage to the high summer sun we long to see and feel. Incorporating some of this season’s hottest trends, with styles to suit any individual, we’ve sourced the four must-have silhouettes for that perfect transitional season capsule wardrobe.
Reebok just keep ’em coming, with fresh new updates of classic styles popping up left right and centre. The Reebok revival is well and truly upon us – the humble Classic is getting decked out in every colour of suede and leather, and we pretty much want them all. So with the brand being ‘so hot right now’, it’s only fitting that their new ambassador is just as cool. Read more
If there’s one brand that’s had a bigger resurgence this year than anyone else, it’s Reebok. The Bolton born brand not only secured Kendrick Lamar to be the face of the Reebok Classic, but they’ve been pulling out quality styles a plenty this year. From Workouts to Classic Nylon, we’ve got all the old favourites you need to know about.
Did Kendrick make Reebok cool again? Nah behave, they’ve never not been cool, what he has done though is bring the Reebok Classic back to the forefront of our minds. Often forgotten about in a sea of adidas, Nike and even New Balance; Reebok reminds us that shoes don’t need all that tech, take it back to basics and there you have a great retro look.
The 90s have been making a welcome comeback for the last couple of seasons, so naturally we’re delighted that a brand synonymous with our fave recent decade has arrived this week. ellesse have landed with a selection of simple, understated styles for men. This has inspired us to take a look at some of our favourite 90s inspired sneaks that are in at the moment.
Reebok is a major player in the worldwide sneaker game, and right now they’re winning. From the Pump and the Disc to the Classic, and everything in between, we‘ve all owned (and loved) a pair at some point. I bet you, your mum or sister had the Freestyle in the 80s, or even the early 90s. Or were you more of a Classic fan, yeah?