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  • Magic Castles

    Magic Castles  are a collective of industry wizards carefully blending years of knowledge and experience with their personal passions and taking us on a trip into a luxurious mystical psychedelic world.

    With roots in musical sub-culture Magic Castles pair their visual display with music that reflects the creators taste and influences. You can access the sonic world of Magic Castles through their radio broadcasts, Spotify playlists and regular Soundcloud mixes. Tune in on a summers evening - turn off your mind, relax and float downstream…

    Magic Castles' no rules approach to design brings us an opening collection including distinctively designed Camp Collar Shirts. Constructed for a relaxed fit the cuts and fabrics are refined, and so are the graphics, but not in a conventional way, this is an extraordinary potion.

    Their Two Layer Shorts are featured in two complimentary all-over patterns, made up in a soft double layered fabric allowing a free-structure.

    Other collection highlights are the Reversible Collarless Jacket - produced in a soft nylon shell with black fleece reversible lining. And the Drawcord Trousers, in a cotton/nylon mix featuring subtle pink 'Magic Castles' embroidery on the left leg and contrasting wave patterns on the inside of the waistband.

    Magic Castles are kindred spirits and we've been swept up on their ride to unlock more doors and escape the dragons of reality.

    Shop Magic Castles clothing with us online now.

  • adidas Originals by Jonah Hill Superstar

    The adidas Originals by Jonah Hill Superstar releases with us online on Saturday 11th July at 11am BST.

    With the adidas archive at its foundation, adidas Originals bring us a collaborative Superstar inspired by Jonah Hill’s upbringing on the West Coast of America during the 1990s.  This striking new take of the instantly recognisable shell-toe sneaker shines a light on the silhouette’s timeless style.

    The collaborative sneaker seamlessly merges a sophisticated look with homemade punk aesthetics, evoking a premium feel whilst highlighting a non-conformist edge.

    Hill started out his partnership with adidas in early 2019 when he directed 'The Change is a Team Sport' campaign to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the adidas Superstar. The campaign featured many of the high profile celebrities associated with the brand including Pharrell Williams and Blondey McCoy.

    Famous for his numerous acting roles and academy award nominations for films including, The Wolf of Wall Street and Moneyball. Jonah has more recently made his directing and writing debut with the skateboarding movie 'Mid 90's'. Jonah's skateboarding heritage genuinely rolls right back to the era of his film when he was a Santa Monica Courthouse local and a grom at the Hot Rod skateboard shop. Over the years he has popped up many times in the world of skateboarding making a number of appearances in Palace ads, a Crailtap top 5 (or is that 7), an appearance on Muska's Epicly Later'd and a slot in the Big Brother story Dumb.

    Jonah explains the creative process and his personal relationship to the silhouette: “I started thinking back to all the experiences I had growing up while wearing them, and tried to make my fantasy version of what I would have wanted when I first wore them.”




    This instantly recognisable Superstar is made-up in a core-white full-grain leather upper with subtle and unorthodox three stripes details. SUPERSTAR is stitched on the side of the shoe in Jonah's handwriting as well as his initials on the heel moustache which is fixed to the shoe with oversize blanket stitch. The fat laces, with a subtle green stitch running through them, sit over a tongue which has a lion embroidered on the inside as a nod to one of Jonah's tattoos. Finished with an off-white sole and the instantly recognisable superstar shell toe.

    The adidas Originals by Jonah Hill Superstar releases with us online on Saturday 11th July at 11am BST.

    Free UK shipping on all orders over £80.

  • adidas SPEZIAL SS20

    The adidas SPEZIAL SS20 collection releases with us online on Thursday 11th June at 11pm BST.

    adidas SPEZIAL offers an elevated collection of shoes, apparel and accessories for Three Stripes connoisseurs; curated by Gary Aspden and developed by the SPZL team who have an extensive knowledge of terrace culture and the history that inspires it - In Spezial we Trust.

    The Spring Summer 2020 collection celebrates fifty years of British Soul - a contemporary take on the story, with adidas calling it 'a love letter to the expansive history of adidas Originals'. 

    Four footwear silhouettes have been produced in premium materials and with outstanding attention to detail. As with every SPEZIAL collection you will find 1:1 reissues and updated modern interpretations that themselves will become future classics.

    The Lotherton SPZL nods to the, now highly collectable, Ardwick SPZL which was crafted with input from Nigel Lawson of Oi Polloi. We still remember the overnight queues outside our store for the release of that grail iteration of the California back in 2014. The Lotherton showcases a well-appointed and rather lavish makeup that reimagines the original adidas Florida colourway, with a tech gold suede upper and craft green velvet Three Stripes. The Lotherton SPZL blends some interesting design features - lower foxing, asymmetric toe overlays and recreated ‘made in France’ branding on the tongue.

    The Training 76 SPZL in white and black takes inspiration from a Japanese version of the Berlin. These low profile shoes are made of premium supple white leather, with suede overlays, contrasting black serrated Three Stripes and perfectly positioned gold foil lettering - the influence of the Northern Soul dance halls truly resonates through this style.

    The Zurro SPZL is a hybrid, taking an upper pattern from a vintage Azzurro and pairing it with a striped midsole and colour palette from an ultra-rare adidas Montreal 76. Constructed in a bold blue premium suede with bright yellow accents and supplied with a pair of laces in each colour. The execution of the Zurro SPZL is superb, the silhouette is set to become a future classic and deserves its place in the adidas archive.

    The Ashurst SPZL is a one to one reissue of the Sydney (with some minor tweaks), a hard to find, hard to get your hands on vintage silhouette. Named the Ashurst to honour the memory of devoted adidas collector Jack McLoughlin who's date of birth also features as a serial code on the inside of the shoes.

    The Standish Anorak with a full ash blue ripstop shell and rich orange contrast detailing was inspired by a 1990s Adi-Tex outdoor jacket - the Standish is a terrace outerwear highlight with many technical features, a contemporary fit and subtle SPEZIAL branding.

    With the Holbeck Jacket SPEZIAL presents 70s inspired tailoring. The Holbeck is slightly shorter in the body with a wide fold down collar, large front pockets and a rear yolk vent. A light-weight summer jacket in a vibrant spice yellow, with a contrasting orange quilted under collar panel, unique Three Stripes and SPZL details.

    The season's SPEZIAL tracksuit is the Pleckgate (based on the fit of the Forest Gate from 2017), the Pleckgate is offered as a track top and track pants - a casual staple that sits well in this collection.

    The Newsam Long Sleeve Polo shirt is in an engineered knit with tonal black Three Stripes running down the sleeve from the collar to the cuff; with a ribbed collar, three button placket and an adidas SPEZIAL woven logo patch.

    The apparel collection also includes lightweight Heswall shorts, super-soft Hartcliffe pocket t-shirt and McLoughlin SPEZIAL box logo t-shirt.

    Spring Summer 2020 SPZL accessories include the Meanwood Bucket Hat, a two-pack of Mod Trefoil socks and a new iteration of the SPEZIAL beach towel in the season's collegiate orange with graphics inspired by archival adidas shoe box artwork.

    We are open and shipping as normal, offering free UK delivery on orders over £80, all footwear will be picked and packed with our usual care and attention and delivered boxed.

    The adidas SPEZIAL SS20 collection releases online with us on Thursday 11th June at 11pm BST.

  • Nike SB Blazer Low GT and Nike SB Blazer Zoom Mid

    Nike SB Zoom Blazer Low GT and Nike SB Blazer Zoom Mid are available online with us now.

    First designed in 1973 as a basketball shoe, the Nike Blazer was adopted by skaters in the 90s when they realised they were ideal for Skateboarding. In 2005, Lance Mountain collaborated with Nike to add in a padded tongue and Air Insole, making the Nike Blazer the Nike SB Blazer, recognising the silhouette as a skateboarding shoe. The Nike SB Blazer has since maintained its spot as a go-to skate shoe, with its breathability, padded support and durable designs.

    The Nike SB Zoom Blazer Low GT is composed of an off white, light thistle suede upper with gold leather wrap around swooshes. Both side panels have small perforated stars which aid breathability on and off the board. Subtle stitch detailing also adds an extra decorative element to the simple silhouette. The back of the shoe sees a white leather heel moustache, with club gold Nike branding. Flat white laces lay over a sewn-in padded white tongue keeping the tongue in place even when putting the shoes to the test on the board. Inside, a padded perforated leather collar gives way to a blue inner sole. The Nike SB Zoom Blazer has a Zoom Air midsole, which when combined with a vulcanised rubber sole provides everything you look for in a skate shoe. The Nike SB blazer is designed to keep you comfortable but bolstered on and off the board.

    Formed of an off white suede, the Nike SB Blazer Zoom Mid is designed with blue wrap around swooshes. Each side panel has triple perforations and stitching that adds a subtle design element which cuts through the swoosh in a geometric fashion. The Blazer has a mid-top heel moustache with Nike branded embroidery in blue that matches the swooshes. At the front of the shoe, flat white laces lay over a white mesh tongue with further Nike SB branding in blue. Inside, the collar is fully padded in breathable mesh, giving your ankle ample support on the board. The foam insole gives way to a Nike SB Zoom Air unit cased in a rubberised outer sole with herringbone detailing. Since becoming a skate shoe in 2005, the Blazer has maintained its spot as an all-round shoe that is great for skating, but also easy to wear all day.

    Nike SB Zoom Blazer Low GT and Nike SB Blazer Zoom Mid are available online with us now.

  • Nike Air Max 95 Greedy 2.0

    Nike Air Max 95 Greedy 2.0 releasing with us online Monday 1st June at 8am BST.

    Nike are calling their latest release ‘a retro reprise with a twist’. The Nike Air Max 95 Greedy 2.0 is continuing the legacy of the 2015 edition, mixing up iconic versions of OG iterations. 1987 saw the first Air Max designed, showcasing visible Air for the first time and quickly becoming iconic. Carrying on the visible air lineage, Sergio Lozano created the Air Max 95. In the 90s, working for Nike ACG, Lozano wanted to design a shoe with cushioning that would make pounding the pavement comfortable. Inspired by the human anatomy, the 95 was unlike any previous running trainer. This year the Greedy 2.0 arrives, on the 95’s 25th birthday as an ever-popular streetwear staple, standing testament to the timeless impact of the silhouette.

    Designed with an upper made of a mix of synthetics, mesh, leather and suede, the iconic shape of the side panel overlays represent the muscles in Lozano's design.  The shoe features a split design, with each lateral side of the shoes created in a different colourway that mirrors previous editions, the right shoe showcasing OG Neon and the left, Crystal Blue. 

    The four different coloured swooshes match the colours on the rib inspired speed lacing system and visible air units. The inside of the shoe has a mesh padded tongue and insoles that match the tongue overlay. The Nike Air Max 95, not only looks great but feels amazing on foot, boasting supportive foam midsoles with flex grooves and air units front and back.

    Nike Air Max 95 Greedy 2.0 releasing with us online Monday 1st June at 8am BST.

  • adidas Originals Frankfurt 'City Series'

    The adidas Originals Frankfurt 'City Series' is releasing with us online this Friday 5th June at 11pm.

    The adidas Originals Frankfurt 'City Series' is the latest reissue from adidas Originals iconic city series. First released in 1984, this silhouette is a take on the 80s Hamburg. The 'City Series' started in the late 70s and grew in popularity in the UK during the 80s when the interest in football terrace culture increased. adidas' 'City Series' has turned to 24 different cities, each unique shoe represents the city they are named after with differing upper colours, materials and sole designs that reflect that location. 

    adidas' newest 'City Series' shoe has a Tech Indigo upper with a round toe and silver Three-Stripes, heel moustache and foiled ‘Frankfurt’. Designed with a hook and strap closure, the Frankfurt is simple and easy to wear, the unique velcro closure makes it a must have for any collection. A leather tongue and collar lead into a foam insole with distinct adidas graphics. It is finished with with a translucent gum sole unit that it shares with the Hamburg.

    The adidas Originals Frankfurt 'City Series' is releasing with us online this Friday 5th June at 11pm for £84.99.

  • Nike SB x Kevin Bradley 'Kevin and Hell Pack'

    Nike SB x Kevin Bradley 'Kevin and Hell Pack' releasing with us online Saturday 30th May at 8am BST.

    After four years with Nike SB, Kevin Bradley has worked with Nike's design team to create the upcoming "Kevin and Hell Pack", his debut to the Orange Label. Bradley has opted for heaven and hell versions of his favourite shoe to skateboard in, the Nike SB Blazer. The heavenly  Nike SB Zoom Blazer Low AC XT ISO, is wrapped in fluffy cloud swooshes and the Nike SB Zoom Blazer Mid ISO is covered in a red velvet which is hellishly plush. Hailing from Los Angeles, Kevin Bradley is known for his laid back nonchalant skate style and his love of dogs. 

    Bradley’s Nike SB Blazer Low AC XT ISO is constructed with a soft sky blue suede upper, a white toe box and black toe cap. Fluffy white cloud swooshes wrap around to a white leather heel moustache embroidered with a tonal blue water droplet. "I really like the rain, my grandma really liked the rain, so I wanted to make it look like a cloud and they came out pretty hard."

    The Blazer Low AC XT is designed with velcro straps offering an easy, personalised fit whilst reminding you of heavenly innocent days when even shoelaces were too complicated. “I like the velcro straps, sometimes I’m really lazy and I don’t like to tie my shoes. Sometimes I don’t even strap the velcro! You gotta be comfy.”

    The straps lay over a padded white tongue which, in classic Nike SB blazer fashion, is attached internally with elasticated sides. Not only are these shoes easy to velcro on, there will be little movement in the tongue, keeping the skate shoes securely in place when you're on the board. The tongue also has Nike KB branding that can be found on all items in the "Kevin and Hell pack", a play on the SB logo. A black padded collar gives way to an insole covered in blue and white cloud graphics. The Blazer Low AC XT has been designed with white foxing and blue herringbone outer sole, aiding grip and durability.

    The Nike SB Zoom Blazer Mid ISO has an upper and toe box constructed of red velvet, and black swooshes, the lavish materials and deep colours are inspired by the Sith Lord, Darth Maul. "Darth Maul is my favourite Star Wars character. So I always wanted to do a red and black shoe, like Darth Maul".

    A black mesh heel moustache is embroidered with the yellow and red Iris and deep black Pupil of the Sith eye. Flat black laces lie on a mesh padded black tongue, again with Nike KB branding and elasticated attachments.

    Inside a leather padded collar sits above a foam inner sole, which covered in a black tattoo style graphics, is another shout to Kevin's favourite Star Wars character. The padded inner sole, zoom technology keeps the shoe comfortable whilst a grippy vulcanised outsole provides great traction helping you skate right up to the gates of hell.

    Alongside the skate shoes, the pack also comes with clothes, a tee, shorts and a shirt, all inspired by his dogs, who you can follow on Instagram...

    The trio of clothes includes an Oracle Aqua Nike SB x Kevin Bradley Shirt designed with Dri-Fit technology, remixing a classic shirt with 90s stripes. This 100% cotton shirt will keep you cool all summer. NIKE SB X KEVIN BRADLEY SHIRT 'KEVIN AND HELL PACK' (ORACLE AQUA)

    Bradley has put his twist on classic cargo shorts with an all-over dog embroidery. Made with Dri-Fit technology in stretchy woven fabric and a mesh pocket to securely keep your phone in place the Nike SB x Kevin Bradley Cargo Shorts are perfect for skating in.


    This loose fit Nike SB x Kevin Bradley T-Shirt matches the shorts perfectly, made of 100% cotton and embroidered with a dog, again a little nod to Bradley's four-legged friends. A patch on the back has Nike KB branding.

    Nike SB x Kevin Bradley 'Kevin and Hell Pack' releasing with us online Saturday 30th May at 8am BST.

  • Nike Air Cross Trainer 3 Low

    Nike Air Cross Trainer 3 Low in Neptune Green and Racer Blue are releasing with us online Thursday 28th May at 8am BST.

    Pulling from its footwear archives once more, Nike's newest release harks back to the 1980s heyday of the cross-training shoe. First introduced in 1990 the Nike Air Cross Trainer was most associated with Bo Jackson, the only professional athlete in history to be named an All-Star in both baseball and football. Bringing us Bo Jackson's favourite shoe once more, the classic silhouette has been updated in white with splashes of Neptune Green, Racer Blue, black, and grey. The cross-training shoe proved popular in the 80s and 90s with sportswear fashion taking form and sneaker culture well and truly underway. The Nike Air Cross Trainer 3 Low, now with a modern Nike Air unit, performs on all terrains. 

    The Air Cross Trainer 3 Low, has a distinct 80s vibe with an upper formed of white leather, zigzag shaped leather overlays, and a perforated toe box. The shoes side panels have perforated panelling with a leather swoosh wrapping round to Nike Air embroidery on the heel moustache which compliments the retro Nike branding on the tongue. Flat white laces sit over a padded tongue with rubber detailing around the top and bottom eyelets.  

    A well-padded collar and a white Nike Air branded insole sits inside the shoe, providing the ultimate support and comfort you'd expect from a Cross Training shoe. At the back of the shoe, a coloured element of the outsole highlights detailing around the shoe, tieing the design together. The Cross Trainer benefits from Nike Air technology and a grippy white sole.

    Both colourways of the Nike Air Cross Trainer 3 Low are releasing with us online this Thursday 28th May at 8am BST.

  • Nike SB x Ben & Jerry’s Dunk Low Pro ‘Chunky Dunky’

    Nike SB x Ben & Jerry’s Dunk Low Pro ‘Chunky Dunky’ is releasing on Saturday 23rd May 2020 via Instagram raffle.

    2020 has been an exciting year for Nike SB Dunks, and the latest collaboration for Nike SB is with Vermont's very own grassroots ice cream company, Ben & Jerry's. Built from a five-dollar course on how to make ice cream, Ben & Jerry's have created a company which not only gives away free scoops on their birthday, but champions great causes. The Ben & Jerry's Foundation was established in 1985, and since then have been tackling climate change, boosting fair trade and standing for a number of social causes. Alike to Nike SB their core values are having fun whilst doing good.

    Nike's skateboarding division has always worked on collaborations using the Dunk's classic skate shoe silhouette, allowing their partner brands and friends to use the shoe as a blank canvas to create their own designs that encompass who they are. To represent their own euphoric style, Ben & Jerry's have taken directly from their own slogan “If it’s not fun why do it?” and drawn inspiration from the Chunky Monkey ice cream packaging to create the 'Chunky Dunky'.  The blue skies, rolling scenery and cow print encapsulates a pint of ice-cream you would want on a sunny day hanging out with the hippy Vermont ice cream makers.

    The Dunks lagoon pulse leather upper and perforated toe box are overlayed with faux cow, and wrapped in a drippy university golden swoosh. A black heel moustache, with an embroidered Nike in the classic Ben & Jerry's font, sits over a sky blue panel with stitched clouds. From behind, you get a glimpse of all materials, textures, embroidery and patterns.

    The shoe is complimented with white lacing, a faux cow tongue, and boasts a woven label that has Nike SB branding and 'Chunky Dunky' embroidery. On the reverse, it details Ben & Jerry’s branding and their slogan "If it’s not fun why do it?". With a padded collar, the inside is covered in rainbow tie-dye, nodding to Ben & Jerry's hippy roots.  The 'Chunky Dunky' has a full-length EVA white midsole, a Nike Zoom Air unit in the heel and a green rubber outsole, with a pivot circle for multi-directional traction and durability.



    Nike SB x Ben & Jerry’s Dunk Low Pro ‘Chunky Dunky’ is releasing on Saturday 23rd May 2020 via Instagram raffle.

    Find full T&Cs on our Instagram post. Good Luck!

  • Nike Air Force 1 LV8

    The Nike Air Force 1 LV8 available online with us now in Snakeskin and Gold. 

    The Nike Air Force 1 LV8, with mismatched pony hair swooshes is the latest release in Nikes Air Force 1 roster.  As one of Nike's best selling silhouettes, this 1982 classic basketball shoe has seen a number of different colourways and designs. 

    These Air Force 1 iterations stick to the triple white leather upper, with perforated holes in the toe box to boost breathability. The Snakeskin Air Force 1 sees the swoosh in a thunderstorm blue on the left panel of each shoe mismatched with a patterned pony hair on the right. This is mirrored on the gold pair with the left swoosh in a gold pony hair and the right in a gold leather crocodile print.

    Traditional white flat laces keep both styles in line with the original. The Air Force 1 LV8 snakeskin, has an all-white woven Nike Air Force 1 branded label, that matches the all-white plastic Nike Air branded heel moustache. This all-white look keeps the snakeskin design as close to the classic Nike Air Force, just with a hint of an update in the mismatched swooshes and futuristic heel moustache.

    The Gold colourway, has a padded tongue, with a gold and white Nike Air Force 1 branded woven label, that is in line with the leather heel moustache. With a gold embroidered Nike Air force, the heel moustache ties the shoe design together. 

    Inside the Air Force 1 offers a mesh padded collar, a breathable inner sole with Nike Air branding. The Nike Air sole unit consists of internal air pockets and wrapped in a white rubber sole that offers great grip. 

    Nike continues to create new and exciting colourways and fabric combinations that keep the Air Force 1 in rotation every year.

    The Nike Air Force 1 LV8 in Snakeskin and Gold is online with us now for £104.99.

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