It was only a question of time that the other big footwear companies out there were going to try and follow Nike’s most recent, and well deserved, success with running shoes. Whilst I really don’t buy and like most of the marketing around the running-being-the-new-fixie ergh- black, product wise it is great to see and experience. Additionally, it has to be noted that I am not the biggest adidas fan- however, I can see and like the re-release of these Phantoms. I get it. I like it. Let’s see if adidas and co can come up with something original, no pun intended, to highlight their running products.
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Opening its doors in 2006, Albam has evolved from a humble upstart to one of the best respected contemporary British brands. Albam’s modern crafted clothing brought a fresh yet simplistic aesthetic to the table. In recent years, this aesthetic has often been mimicked but rarely surpassed. It is apparent that, for Albam, quality product takes [...]