As the Wimbledon championships are underway we have one colour in our mind – WHITE. The tradition which has been implemented for over a century is one of the most famous dress codes in sports.
Not only is white a reflection of Wimbledon tennis but it is the grand slam colour of summer. In this post we are looking at our favourite whites.
So ace this summer season by avoiding breaking the rules and following our guide to our best white shoes in our current stock. And yes off-white and cream is off the court for our special feature.
It’s almost impossible to go wrong with this classic Nike style. The Nike Air Force LV sports a leather upper for comfort with a woven detail across the shoe. The full length Air-Sole unit is perfect for cushioning and impact protection.
The Arizona platform is a must this summer. The popular model from the Papillio collection creates an elevated look both for fashion and comfort. Team this pair with jeans and a casual t-shirt for an everyday look.
Although they might be boots, the short style allows the pair to pass for an easy wear summer shoe. The fringe feature automatically gives the boots a festival feel and is a classic fit for our British weather.
Looking the part for the gym has never been easier with the Nike Roshe One. Worn with or without socks the shoes allow the feet to breathe whilst providing a lightweight feel for easy movement.
An in-between sandals and trainers, slip-ons are always the ideal shoes for summer. The Lacoste L.ydro features a cushioned insole and canvas lining. For an effortless look these slip-ons can be dressed up or dressed down.
Words by Florinda Ceri
On March 26, 1987, the Air Max 1 was introduced,
forever changing footwear in the process. Runners were hooked.
The world was intrigued. And when the marathons ended, the revolution
Twenty eight years later, the legend of Air Max continues to spread,
across borders and through boundaries.
On Thursday, to celebrate the birth of an icon Nike is giving footwear fetishists
something that may well break the internet: the release of the Air Max Zero.
Based on 1980’s sketches of a prototype Air Max by legendary designer
Tinker Hatfield, the Zero is described by Nike as ‘The one before the 1’.
So lace up your favorite pair, wear your Air, and share it with the
world using #airmax.
AIR MAX 2015
AIR MAX 360
AIR MAX 2003
AIR MAX 97
AIR MAX 95
AIR MAX 93
AIR MAX 180
AIR MAX 90
AIR MAX 1
Since its on-court debut in 1997, the Air Foamposite One has turned heads
while steadily evolving into a staple of lifestyle footwear.
The design’s revolutionary one-piece upper marked a dramatic shift
in material choice and aesthetic direction. Early designs of the Foamposite showcased primarily solid
color-blocking though recent renditions have featured stand-out graphic prints.
But the latest design takes it back to the basics – and back to Orlando.
Inspired by the man who first popularized the sneaker, the new Air Foamposite One
is suited in a formal colorway this time around. A black Posite upper has been complimented
with premium white leather and a translucent ice outsole.
Checkerboard detailing is found on the carbon fiber shank for midfoot support and an
additional touch of ‘90s styling.
Buy your Nike Air Foamposite One HERE.
Resembling a “South Beach” style code, the iconic Nike Air Huarache is given a unique Hyper Pink/Dusty Cactus colorway. This new rendition of the original Air Huarache pairs the cult colorway with a black and white base. The model’s signature neoprene foundation is dressed in black and pink to match the mesh toe box. Black textured overlays and a dusty cactus rubber heel clip and tongue tag help finish off this kick, along with a pure white midsole.
See more angles of this modern makeup of the Nike Air Huarache below.
shop your pair of Nike Huarache HERE.