A box fresh pair of brand spanking new trainers create a warm fuzzy glow and elicits a feeling, a sense of pleasure that is as close as many men will come to reliving their youth. Even better if that new pair of trainers is old, old school, vintage, nostalgic loveliness. Here’s our Classic Men’s Trainers EDIT.
Men’s Hi-Tec Shadow Trainers
The legend of the Silver Shadow lives on in these Midnight Blue trainers from Hi-Tec. All the features remain, like the solid rubber sole and suede leather upper, but most significantly they’re a seriously comfortable pair of runners. The Shadow remains after 40 years and will continue to be discovered by future generations.
Adidas Torsion Dimension Low Top Trainers
Oh, the Adidas Torsion. The concept of the torsion bar was introduced by Adidas back in the late 80s, the idea being that it would add comfort to the midfoot, predominantly for runners and basketball players. The Dimension Low Top harks back to the cross training designs of the 90s, and are a must-have for retro trainer lovers.
Reebok Revenge Plus Vintage
It doesn’t more classic than a Reebok Classic, like these vintage Revenge Plus. Harking back to the trad court inspired aesthetic, these Tennis shoes are just sublime. The Glen Green colour just adds that touch of authenticity, like a vintage Jaguar.
New Balance Pink 608 Trainers
New Balance is going from strength to strength thanks to their subsidiary company Warrior Sports and their sponsorship of major football clubs like Liverpool. Their trainers have had something of a rebirth too, with our love of all things yesteryear and the obsession with dad trainers like these chunky soled running style beauties.
Adidas Top Ten Hi Shoes
It’s all about the fat padded tongue with the Top Ten logo that makes you feel like the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, or just a kid from the 80s walking around in oversized shorts and a baggy Hypercolour T-Shirt. Remember the metamorphic colour system, if you do then roll back the years with these Adidas Hi-Tops.
Spalwart Tempo Low – Sport Green 7466
A case of the new school meets the old school, as Swedish diehards Spalwart who used moulds found in an old Slovakian shoe factory to create their bespoke, retro style. These green Tempo Low’s ooze vintage sportswear, but there’a whole host of classic designs to choose from, as these guys continue to be the darlings of the fashion world.
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