Sneakers

The new Adidas JS Roundhouse Mids feature orange shackles Adidas has shelved plans to release a pair of trainers with bright
The new Adidas JS Roundhouse Mids feature orange shackles UPDATE: Adidas has now withdrawn plans to release the JS Roundhouse
In 1916, Keds created a shoe with a soft rubber sole. Today you can find that sneaker on the cover of the Sleigh Bells' loud
Nike really are smashing it at the moment. Never mind the Air Wovens, Flyknits or the mad Yeezy II hype, for me it's all about the understated, super tactile designs of NIKECraft, the new collaboration with bricolage sculpture artist Tom Sachs.
Whilst I often like Nikes I see in stores, they never really grabbed me until the Nike X Liberty collaborations, fusing sports technology with heritage print fabrics from London's iconic department store. I'm sold.
I've had a bad run of it recently with shoes. First my gorgeous new heels inexplicably went from a wonderful, glove-like fit to cutting off the circulation in my toes, then the triple height crepe soles of my beloved vintage pony hair creepers split in two.
As Volkswagen and LucasFilm will tell you, an easy way to get everyone to love your brand is to add one magic ingredient
Ever wondered where Jedward get their crazy trainers from, or the Tony the Tiger coats they bumbled about in on Celebrity Big Brother?
When I think of monolithic sportswear brands and their highly questionable supply chains, I just have to resign myself that the Gazelle and the Chuck T are both one of those "It was great while it lasted, and even though you're still hot, it just isn't working for me anymore," relationships.
Ever since I used to wear Grolsch tops on my Dr. Marten school shoes, I've loved a shoe accessory. So, coupled with a trainer obsession, Shoeture was bound to be a smash hit fashion fit for me.