Some of the freshest sneaks I have seen in a long time are the custom “Summer Love” Nike’s by Ecentrik Artistry. Available in:
‘Sunset’ Air Force 1…
‘Cocktail’ Air Max 90…
And my favourite, ‘Surf’s Up’ Air Max 90…
These were custom made and only available in summer 2011 so I’m guessing they’re close to impossible to find anywhere now. But good luck, because they really are the perfect set of trainers to get you in the summer mood…
Visit Ecentrik Artistry for more sneakers with their trademark colour blends and visual happiness.
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For most big athletic brands, their initial foray into the skate market starts off with basic bread and butter models i.e. the Dunk, Gazelle, Campus etc. One of adidas’ biggest endorsed athletes Mark Gonzales put down his own style and art work on this busy version of the adidas Skate Gazelle. This is definite rare look for a sneaker that is more often and not restricted to simple/monocrhomatic colors. Of course the sneaker comes complete with the added skate properties necessary including increased heel cushioning and thick lining.
The Nike Men’s Air Max 1 PRM Sneaker, seen here in red.
Originally released way back in 1987, the Air Max 1 is now a classic running shoe and an ever-popular streetwear icon. Revisited season after season, the familiar silhouette is produced here in a bold blue and grey colourway, proving definitively that brighter is better.
Crafted with uppers of soft suede with smooth leather trim, this iconic style features contrast branding on the tongue and heel, as well as the brand’s famous swoosh down each side. Built onto the thick and cushioned Air Max sole-unit, the Air Max1 is every bit as impressive now as it was on its release in 1987.
Refining their classic Military Mid style into a traditional low top silhouette, the Military Trail Low is detailed with many touches typical of Ransoms considered approach to design.
Made from soft suede with a smooth leather trim and heel, the Military Trail Low is built onto a hardwearing rubber sole unit that offers both comfort and support. The brown suede is contrasted with a cream leather toe cap that mimics the traditional rubber of the classic Chuck Taylor style.