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The Platinum Stinger Mini is a snug, water resistant, ankle-height boot made in Australia using natural, cushioning, cosy double-face sheepskin. A dual density sole unit with extra cushion EVA delivers a decadent feel-good-factor.
A TENNIS LOOK FROM THE 1980S RETURNS IN FRESH STYLE.
Steeped in nostalgia, the Continental 80 captures the retro look of indoor trainers from the early 1980s. The leather shoes feature a swooping two-tone stripe and a distinctive split rubber cupsole that’s built for a comfortable, flexible feel.
A logo window next to the laces recalls ’80s styles
French terry lining for a soft feel and a throwback look
A split rubber cupsole with an EVA insert provides a comfortable, flexible feel
This style is measured in US Men’s
What’s old is new again: the A.R. Trainer from adidas Originals references 80s training shoes with its layered leather construction and sturdy rubber outsole. Quite possibly an acronym for All Round, this striped shoe joins the ranks of its Continental compatriot for a fashion shoe born of the fitness craze.
This style is measured in Men’s US
The 1461 3 Eye Shoe is the low cut cult classic option from iconic English footwear brand Dr Martens. It features a premium leather upper, and chunky design creating a hardwearing reliable casual shoe for any terrain. With Docs’ oil resistant Airwair soles, they’ll stay comfy long-term. This quality shoe will age in all the right ways, and looks awesome with everything from jeans to dresses.
The 1461 3 Eye Shoe Black Smooth is the original colourway, constructed with matte black leather, and contrast yellow stitch and lace option.
This style is measured in UK sizing
A unique collection from Vans, the Patchwork collection features a menagerie of colours, textures and materials to produce asymmetric uppers on distinct silhouettes. The only constant is the crisp white rubber midsoles and waffle pattern outsole.
An Icon, Elevated.
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Lift reinvents the iconic silhouette by taking it a step higher for a modern look.
Created in 1917 as a non-skid basketball shoe, the All Star was originally promoted for its superior court performance by basketball mastermind Chuck Taylor. But over the decades, something incredible happened: The sneaker, with its timeless silhouette and unmistakable ankle patch, was organically adopted by rebels, artists, musicians, dreamers, thinkers and originals.
Since its groundbreaking debut in 1974, there has been no branch of modern style that hasn’t been informed by the Converse One Star sneaker. Originally built for the basketball court, it was later adopted and owned by the independents. We’ve optimized the bold 90’s edition with a tall platform, premium suede upper, and a cushioned OrthoLite insole. The legend lives.
One Star Origins
In 1974, Converse launched a low-cut suede version of the Chuck Taylor All Star with a simple but impactful style change: a solitary star became the statement on the sneaker’s lateral side. Reissued in the early 90s, the sneaker soon rose to prominence in