The Converse and Jack Purcell collaboration is a family-first edition. It’s not unlikely to see an All-American brand double up with an All-American athlete, but very rarely is it as successful as the Converse and Jack Purcell partnership.
Have you ever wished your shoe collection rivalled the Kardashians or Christian Louboutin? Who hasn’t. In an era of ever-expanding growth and unrivalled potential, anything is possible these days. Which is why the idea of ShiftWear sneakers – where you can change the design and colouring of your shoes from an App in your phone – is so sort-of believable.
New Balance originated in Boston in 1906 as New Balance Arch Company and was started by British immigrant William J. Riley. Riley’s core concept was based on the three-clawed feet of a chicken, which resulted in perfect balance. He initially started New Balance to manufacture arch supports and accessories inspired by the three-clawed model. Fast-forward to 2015 and New Balance is an established manufacturer of athletic and fashionable footwear.
Up There store is an essential stop for stylish men visiting Melbourne. A city known for its chic fashion, refinement, art and culture, Melbourne has carved itself a reputation for its sophisticated retail environment, marking it as one of the best places in Australia for shopping. Up There is no different in that it offers unique, high quality products that merge effortlessly with the Melbourne urban scene.
The newest trend in footwear has arrived with the Nike Airmax 2015 dashing into stores all around the country. But what makes this particular shoe the most comfortable around? They don’t call it an airmax for nothing! The heel of the shoe contains padding which, as any runner will tell you, pays off when you hit the pavement. Previous versions of the shoe have had considerable amounts of cushioning present, however with the 2015 Airmax model, runners can be thankful for extra cushioning in addition to Nike’s dynamic flywire which intertwines with laces to wrap midfoot for added support.
The Nike Flax Collection – otherwise known as the “Wheat Pack” is set to continue for another year with the recent release of Nike’s popular Fall 2015 range. Nike’s novel approach has won a number of converts in the sneaker world. For the second year running the company has successfully remodelled their most iconic shoe silhouettes and given them the “Wheat treatment”, a pleasing invention which is a remake of the original shoe but with golden wheat tones. Due to their commercial success during the initial November 2014 launch, Nike has brought back the Wheat Pack for 2015. The popular 2014 collection encompassed three classic additions which incorporated the latest weather resistant technology, unique accents and on trend design.