The One Star CC Pro is a clean, new offering born from a legendary deadstock sneaker found in a Japanese thrift store. Converse took that stumbled-upon inspiration and created a skate sneaker with a leather upper and external heel overlay with star branding. The updated version of the thrift store find provides crucial comfort and stability in a classic tennis silhouette. A Nike Lunarlon insole and a traction rubber outsole provide the perfect amount of board grip and premium durability.
After 135 years, Le coq sportiv is still in the thick of things, making high-performance jerseys for leaders in the Tour de France, taking to the court with rising French tennis star Richard Gasquet and sponsoring top teams in women's tennis and soccer. Last year the brand returned to rugby with the Racing 92 French team. Le coq doesn't just cater for people at the top of their game, though. Mere mortals can also increase their cool with the new Essentiels line directly from its workshops in Romilly-sur-Seine in the Aube, the brand’s birthplace. Inspired by sportswear, Essentiels features knitwear pieces with the perfect cut, made from natural materials like cotton and presented in a wide range of luminous colours.
DC Comics and Converse are celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Dark Knight Returns, the landmark comic book by Frank Miller, with the Chuck Taylor All Star ’70 x DC Comics Batman Collection.
: These superhero shoes have a canvas upper and a see-through ice outsole. The unique sockliner features artwork from 77 years of the Batman archives. Special detailing includes an embossed leather Batman logo and Chuck patch, as well as a glow-in-the-dark collectible hangtag made from rubber.
Style it this summer with Trillbe from Oakley. It features their latest Performance Lifestyle Shield Lens and an innovative silhouette with sculptured stems.What you get, is protection, all-day comfort and better peripheral views thanks to, you know, the thing everyone knows as toric lens curvature. The frame is light and fits medium to large faces, while Three-Point Fit keeps the lenses aligned and means no uncool red blots where the shades rested on your nose bridge. There are five colour combos to choose from.
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