Long before we ever heard the name SneakerBoot, there was ACG classics like the Baltoro, Lava High and Rhyolite. Those things paved the way for this kind of design and united sports footwear with hikers flawlessly, but changed how we looked at colour on a shoe too. Since then, ACG has been...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 17 October 2014

It's hardly sub-zero outside but we're still looking for excuses to throw a pair of boots on. Brands are going in with the none-blacker traction remakes of running favourites and we think that adidas Originals nailed it with this one. After all, their special forces GSG9 boot could pass as a high...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 16 October 2014


adidas Consortium has definitely evolved into something better than just trying to recapture the magic of 2005's Superstar35 campaign of late. Kicking down the perimeters between the Originals and sport performance divisions that were proving harmful has let an audience examine sides of the...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 15 October 2014

The whole Sneakerboot concept is undermined by a slightly crappy name, but some of the shoes are very decent. This design, the Nike Lunarfresh, is pretty good, standing out alongside the creatine supplemented classics that make up the rest of this collection by being particularly new in its technologies and inspirations. Nike have been putting out...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 14 October 2014
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