The Beaverton Boys are back at it again, reinterpreting the classic Nike Air Pegasus to produce these stunners; the Nike Air Pegasus All-Terrain.
Now one thing Nike have been able to do better than most over the years, is producing trail friendly trainers that look as good on the concrete and tarmac as they do in the mud and these are no exception.
The Nike Air Pegasus All-Terrain are allegedly due to come out in November
As much as I love the futuristic look of some all time classic trainers such as the Nike Air Max 97s, sometimes I just want something nice and simple and since eyeing these ace New Balance 574 Sport trainers in an amazing autumnal olive suede colourway, I’ve been hooked.
New Balance’s 574 Sport silhouette is a modern interpretation of the classic 574 but with a geometric patterned sole unit and a sleeker toe box. It’s safe to say that the Flimby’s Finest are on to a winner with this one.
“Streetwear” eh? I’m not actually sure what streetwear is these days. Being in my mid 30s, streetwear is Nike Air Max 95s (110s) and Nike Tns worn with Lacoste or Paul & Shark tracksuits whilst riding a mountain bike to the corner shop to buy some cider. Funnily enough though, that kind of thing is back to being cool again.
And now the folks over at The North Face are leading the field with street ready outdoor gear, that’s built to handle a trek up Annapurna as well as a trek down Platt Lane.
This North Face 1992 Nuptse jacket is 700 fill power of RDS certified goose down with a DWR finish and lets face it, nothing is more street than being warm and dry on the way to the shops.
Shop The North Face here.