As (No) Malice once announced, "The boy's such an author, I should smoke a pipe." We consider ourselves equally literary and you can go hard with the book references when it comes to making shoe colourways. Some of the Grove Press covers from the 1960s are perfect inspiration and we'd like to see some Burroughs and Joyce prose...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 28 July 2014

There's a number of good reasons why nobody will shut up about 1992. If you took an interest in footwear back then, Nike were banging out masterpieces — one classic after another. These weren't slow burners either. We knew that the Air Flight Huarache was a classic from the start: it completely changed the form of the basketball...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 28 July 2014

We're often surrounded by walls of Originals samples and every season we've seen respectful and well-executed remakes of running classics that have hit with a dull thud when they went to market, but ZX Flux has caught fire. We won't lie — when we first saw the ZX Flux we were still bound by our reverence for the thousand range of the late 1980s so we just saw...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 26 July 2014

Garbstore are back to show us all how to collaborate on a Reebok shoe. We love what Ian Paley's crew did to some old favourites as part of their 'Outside In' line as they pitched a project perfectly between respect for the brand and a disregard for the rules of partner shoes. That was a bright...

Posted by, Gary Warnett on 25 July 2014
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