You know we love our Dunlop Volleys, we’ve written about them enough times. All that history, all that style. Now you can grab the original Volley International in a range of very cool colours for a bargain price.
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Dunlop has coloured its humble range of Volley shoes just in time for the summer. In an online exclusive it has revealed bright shades for both men’s and women’s shoes.
Merrell’s barefoot range of shoes have been running off shelves, which is why the company has decided to expand its barefoot design to a whole range of footwear.
I remember the days when Reebok and Nike were neck and neck in the eyes of the sneaker-buying public. Now, Paul’s Warehouse is selling every pair of Reeboks for 30 bucks.
Sure, there’s limited sizing on offer and the range isn’t exactly huge, but if the stars align and you can fit into one of Paul’s Reebok slippers, the promise of “happily ever after” is just around the corner.
It finally struck a week or two back: the Fear. The bowel-watering, neck-tightening quiet certitude that this – this idea right here about doing the Tough Mudder – this was a terrible fucking idea. Honestly, what was I thinking? Running 20km? Swimming through ice water? Hay bales on fire? Electrified wires?! I’m thirty-fricking-eight for God’s [...]
You don’t need to be an NBA fan to have heard of Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks and the insane performances he has been putting in. Linsanity has stretched so far that even the SMH has covered it. And now Nike has saved it in an awesome shoe.
Nike may make some of the best runners on the market (not to mention awesome Back to the Future replicas), but it also has a pretty good range of casual shoes. And Slashsport has a big sale on Nike casual shoes, with savings of up to 58 per cent.
If your Nanna’s got some spare time this weekend and you’re thinking of upping your running game, why not get her to knit you a pair of runners? It’s what Nike has done for its latest lineup of running shoes, announcing its Flyknit runners at an event earlier this week.
Converse in Japan is planning on powering up your sneakers in March, partnering with Nintendo to release the One Star Super Mario Bros Ox sneakers. Why are retro gaming products always so inexplicably awesome?