Archive for: basketball shoe

  • Patrick Ewing 33 HI

    Patrick Ewing 33 HI

    Patrick Ewing 33 HI The Patrick Ewing 33 Hi made it’s first appearance in 1990 and became an instant success after appearing on the feet of Gangstar and Run DMC and of course Patrick Ewing. It’s ski boot like insert with oversized tongue and great detailing was synonyms with hi top designs of the early-mid [...]

  • Sneaker Collectors

    Sneaker Collectors

    This short film from Thrash Labs illustrates the mentality and almost compulsive and addictive nature of Sneaker collectors.

  • Adidas Originals Ar 2.0 Shoes

    Adidas Originals Ar 2.0 Shoes

    Fresh for this season is the Adidas Originals Ar 2.0 hi top which comes in black or silver aluminium and feature a man made upper combined with fresh patent accents and metallic branding on a touch fastening strap with a clean cut rubber outsole to finish Available from Urban Industry>>

  • Best Ever Hi-Tops for less than £70

    Best Ever Hi-Tops for less than £70

    The popularity of Hi-tops hasn’t seem to have dropped off over the last couple of years and with so much choice on the market, it’s possible to get a stylish pair without breaking the bank. Here are our favourite top ten all for under £70. 1. DC Spartan Hi Skate Shoes £50 from Route one>> [...]

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  • Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Premium Post High

    Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Premium Post High

    These stripped back Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star high tops feature the iconic rubber sole teamed up with a premium canvas upper with white contrasting stitching. In keeping with a minimal feel they have taken away the usual Converse branding. Available online from Crooked Tongues>>

  • Adidas Forum Mid Crazy Light

    Adidas Forum Mid Crazy Light

    The adidas Forum, first released in 1984, was the first adidas basketball shoe that was produced in high, mid- and low-top versions, and it was prohibitively expensive too. These versions give the shoe a diet in terms of weight, stripping down superfluous elements and giving the shoe an mesh-heavy upper and printed branding but retaining [...]

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