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Does anyone else fail to understand why Nike won't just retro the Air Talaria in its original 1998 form? It got a retro in the mid 2000s that never hit as hard as it should, but, inexplicably, Nike never let it get a resurrection in its memorable neon yellows, oranges or the lesser-seen green...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 1 October 2014

It's 10 years since we flipped out over Tobie Hatfield and Eric Avar's work on the original Nike Free shoe. Those who aren't as old as us won't recall the dry spell of definitive Nike running designs that this shoe broke — after dazzling us with modern masterpieces between 1999 and 2001 things seemed...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 29 September 2014

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Saucony have gone wild with the collaborations this year. It feels like we've seen one per weekend over the last nine months, but the hit rate has been constant. We kept the faith for years, after we saw the Shadow 6000 back on the shelves in the UK (once upon a time we're sure that the only...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 27 September 2014

The Huarache Light is a perfect shoe to us in terms of design, even if the fit is ultra smedium. If you work in this industry, you'll have heard the constant discussion regarding what the next "big thing" is amid much murmuring about "technical running" — that had everyone thinking that the Light would...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 26 September 2014
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