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Made in Australia, this quality leather conditioner softens and protects leather. Apply the condition evenly with either a clean cloth or hands. Allow the conditioner to penetrate before buffing off excess to a soft sheen.
Camden in Choc Oil Suede. The latest Chelsea boot to hit Croft HQ. A unique wax suede finish with a dark toned out-sole. This new addition combines a rugged outdoor look with classic urban style. Pair them with a cuffed chino pant for a night on the town, or equally stylish with your favorite denim and knit on a winters day.
The Anaheim Factory Style 73 pays tribute to our first Vans factory in Anaheim, California, by borrowing retro details from the early 90s and offering modernized comfort with upgraded UltraCush sockliners. The Anaheim Factory Style 73 includes throwback details, higher glossed foxing tape, cotton laces, original drill lining weight, and suede and canvas uppers to complete the look.
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
A CLASSIC ’80S SUEDE SHOE RETURNS.
It started in the ’80s as a B-ball shoe and quickly became a favourite on the skate and hip hop scene. The rich texture and relaxed style of the adidas Campus make it a perennial streetwear pick. This version stays true to the original design with a soft
This style is measured in US Men’s
The seasoned trainerspotter will recognise this archival silhouette as the Continental, a no-nonsense all-round fitness sneaker from the ‘80s. Reincarnated in 2018 as the “Continental 80”, adidas Originals does not stray too far from the model’s original build, featuring a panelled leather upper attached to a semi-cupsole design with stitched reinforcement at the heel and toe. A midfoot cutout reveals a dense foam midsole providing cushioning, and Stan Smith style outsole for grip. Prominently, this model eschews the idiosyncratic Three Stripes on the side panels and instead features Trefoil branding on the eyestay, tongue and heel.
First introduced in 1979 for elite handball players, these shoes are now beloved for their classic style. This version is built with a nubuck suede upper for a supple feel. A soft gum rubber outsole keeps them true to their vintage roots.