Nike Air Presto – The Archetypal Sock-Runner


Minimalist sock-like runners are all the craze now but I think that the archetype of all these modern day runners was actually made sixteen years ago. Tobie Hatfield, creator of the Nike Free and Tinker Hatfield’s brother, co-designed the Presto to be a shoe which would enable the wearer to take control of the shoe, rather than the other way round. This meant flexibility, lightness and loads of comfort. Sound less like a shoe and more like a t-shirt? Read on to find out more. Read More…

Air Max BW : ‘Window To My City’


Happy Air Max Day guys! In 1991, Nike released the Air Max BW and it had a bigger ‘window’ in the heel than any other Air Max model before it. Fast forward to 2016 and Nike has come out with a modernized take on the BW, featuring updated materials and a cored out outsole, bringing the classic runner into the modern age. Just like the Big Window shows you the soul of the shoe, here are some places in Bangalore, where I live, that make up the essence of the city.

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Nike Roshe One ‘Flyknit’

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Welcome back to Sneaker Sundays! Last week we had a look at the AJ1, a sneaker that changed the game back in 1984. Today we take a look at something much newer, the Nike Roshe One Flyknit. Seen here in the Wolf Grey/Sequoia colorway, this sneaker is guaranteed to turn heads. But there is much more to this pair than just looks, as you will see soon.

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