For those not in the know, the square toed shoe in the image above may look like something a geography teacher would rock. But what if I told you that these boots have been seen on the feet of hip hop legends like Ghostface Killah, MF Doom, Kanye and even Drake, would that change your mind about them? Read on to know what it is that makes the Clarks Wallabee, a super simple 50+ year old combination of suede, leather and crepe, a hip hop icon.
One of 2017’s most slept on releases(these went on sale), in my opinion, was the Nikelab x John Elliott Vandal PRM Pack consisting of two Nike Vandals (of Terminator fame), done up in luxe suede. I got my hands on the Anthracite pair and absolutely love them! These dropped on the 29th of June, 2017. Read on for the full review.
Sleek isn’t exactly the word that comes to mind when most people hear the word New Balance. It probably invokes images of dad hats, straight jeans and clunky running shoes. But what most people forget is that New Balance is a company that has been churning out athletic footwear for the past 110 years. With a vast range of shoes that lack memorable names and just go by numerical notations and almost esoteric levels of comfort, its a wonder that more people don’t rock NBs. And the 1500 does not look geriatric in any way.