Last year we saw Puma bringback the Trinomic XT2 Plus in the OG colourway and was one of the more popular releases of 2013. 2014 sees Puma yet again dip into the archives for a rummage and this time they’ve pulled out the Trinomic XS850 OG. The classic Puma Runner was first released in 1992 as a trail runner but soon became a favourite within streetwear. The Puma Trinomic XS850 OG is scheduled to drop on Saturday 15th March 2014 at select Puma accounts including Wellgosh, Crooked Tongues and End. Check out the video above and let us know what you think!
The Converse 70′s Chuck Taylor dropped last Summer as a Limited Edition release under the First String Umbrella. Due to stores only carrying a very minimal amount of stock, many of us were left empty handed. Thursday 27th February will see Converse drop the 70′s Chuck Taylor High and Low as part of the Quickstrike Program. With numbers being no way as limited as the First String release, the Quickstrike release will be just as popular. UK based Wellgosh will be releasing the Converse 70′s CT at Midnight. If you’re looking to grab a pair or two, they’ll be available at the retailers below:
Saturday 1st March will see the anticipated release of 2 classic colourways in the adidas Originals Hamburg. The Hamburg is favourite on the terraces and features full suede uppers with three stripe detail and branded heel tab. Several UK stockists currently have both colourways in the adidas Originals Hamburg up for Pre-Order including Wellgosh and End.
The adidas Originals Hamburg launches on Saturday 1st March at the following retailers:
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Friday 21st February sees the anticipated release of the Nike Air Tech Challenge II Quickstrike ‘Hot Lava’ 643089-160. The back end of 2013 and early 2014 has seen the Nike Air Tech Challenge II drop in several Limited Edition colourways including Wimbledon, US Open and Australian Open inspired colourways. Seeing as the Nike Air Tech Challenge II Quickstrike ‘Hot Lava’ 643089-160 is an OG colourway, demand is particularly high for this release, thankfully a fair few retailers will be stocking including:
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The anticipated release of the Nike Air Jordan VI White/Infrared 384664-123 is finally upon us, scheduled to drop this Saturday 15th February 2014. Like all OG Retro Jordan releases, demand is very high especially with the popularity of the Jordan VI silhouette going through the roof in recent years. To heighten your chances of grabbing a pair or two of the Nike Air Jordan VI White/Infrared 384664-123, check out the direct link below to stockists that will be carrying them:
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The Nike Free Inneva Woven has made massive moves since we first saw it at the back end of 2012 with every release so far selling out pretty much instantly. This Friday will see the release of yet another strong colourway for the Inneva Woven. With the weather finally starting to pick up, the release of the Free Inneva Woven arrives perfectly in time for Spring. A hefty price tag of £160 will put some people off but this shoe in our opinion is worth every penny, I guess that’s the price you pay for a hand woven shoe! Expect the Nike Free Inneva Woven Quickstrike Black/Poison Green to hit select Quickstrike Accounts including Wellgosh, Crooked Tongues, Urban Industry and Size? from this Friday 12th April in very limited numbers. Check out the rest of the images after the jump.
Nike had massive success with the release of the Tier 0 Inneva that dropped late last year. This Spring, Nike bring us an updated version of the shoe that started it all off, the Air Woven. Always keen to push boundaries this Quickstrike release features a 3.0 Free Sole far reduced weight and added flexibility. Nike have not only reworked the sole unit this season but they’ve also addressed the pricing. With the original Nike Air Woven carrying a price tag of £115 last year, the new Nike Woven Free Quickstrike will retail for £97. Uk Sneaker stockist, Wellgosh will be launching the Nike Woven Free Quickstrike at Midnight on the 15th March 2013. Check out more images after the Jump.
We’re not long into 2013 and already Jordan Brand are dropping not one but two highly anticipated colourways in the Nike Air Jordan 1. Tomorrow, 5th January the Bulls and Knicks colourways will be getting a Retro release. It’s been a fair while since we last saw the Jordan 1 get a strong colourway release, lets face, those Gold Medal Packs didn’t really do them justice where as the White/Varsity Red-Black and OG Game Royal colourways keep things clean and classic, the way they should be.
The Rosherun has been around for the good part of a year now and for a new silhouette from Nike, the reception couldn’t have been better. The first Nike Rosherun colourways were simple but striking, with tonal uppers and a contrasting sole unit. Understandably, Nike have progressed the Rosherun with the Rosherun Trail version that dropped as part of the AW12 Collection.
As you already know, tomorrow will see the release of the Nike Air Jordan IX ‘Olive’. Several UK Sneaker Stores and Boutiques will be dropping the Nike Air Jordan IX ‘Olive’ tonight at Midnight.