Timberland proves it ain’t the size that counts. This month the brand celebrates a 6” icon, the Yellow Boot. As Timberland celebrate 45 years since first launching its signature boot, I’m wondering what’s made it such an enduring silhouette. One whose style and wearability seems to have transcended countries, cultures and age brackets. Originally a

The CAT Footwear Intruder

The CAT Footwear Intruder Est in 1996, the CAT Footwear Intruder was a silhouette built for the brands classically workwear market. The silhouette made its first appearance on the fashion scene in 2015 when the brand collaborated with menswear designer Christopher Shannon. The limited edition collection received good reviews, paving the way for this years official

Saucony & the Shadow 5000

Saucony & the Shadow 500 One of the oldest sportswear brands in the world, Saucony (pronounced sock-a-knee, I have it on good authority) was founded in 1898 near the banks of the Saucony Creek in Kutztown Pennsylvania.   When the brand first started producing running gear, athletes were often racing in inappropriate leather shoes, or


    THE CONVERSE ONE STAR USA, 1974. A (One) star is born. Sorry- couldn’t resist. Like most Converse pairs, the One Star was created as a basketball sneaker. Unlike most Converse pairs, it didn’t feature the signature circle ankle patch, instead rocked a subtle 5-pointed star motif. Inspiring the style name. The simple silhouette, nice