We got our hands on the sought-after ‘Purple Agate’ Air Force 1 ‘07 LX. The shoe that was named after, and inspired by, the Purple Agate stone which is known for its energy balancing capabilities. Limited stock, so head over to our store in Antwerp before you’re too late and stock has run out!
With great enthusiasm we’re looking forward to the anticipated release of the latest “Ride On Pack” by Puma. The sportswear brand modernised their retro running range consisting of the Puma Style Rider, Future Rider and Fast Rider with an appealingly fresh colourway. The bright colours are balanced out by the neutral grey, white and black elements. The series will be available from December the 7th at our store and webstore.
We strongly believe that the tradition of Sinterklaas, the celebration of Sint Nicolas, should be enjoyed by everyone in Belgium, The Netherlands and visitors from abroad. At the moment this is not possible for everyone, as not everyone has said goodbye to the Blackface version of Zwarte Piet/Black Peter. Years and maybe a decade passed since the discussion about his appearance hit the broader news, but the depiction of Zwarte Piet has not yet changed everywhere. We’ve come a long way in Belgium, some cities have already changed the appearance of Piet. Some have not, so the discussion continues once again. Therefore we’re supporting Patta’s latest campaign for KO-Zwarte Piet. We’re selling the T-Shirt they created and all revenue will go the the KOZP Foundation. On the front of the T-Shirt we see an illustration by Patta’s Vincent Van Der Waal and on the back a quote by Parra inspired by the song “The Gas Face” by 3rd Bass, a term used to show disrespect when you put up a “gas face” and in this case towards Blackface.
We’ve asked journalist Jules Bossier to write a pleading article about the matter.
Boston born perfectionistic brand New Balance returns to our store as we speak with their re-issue of the ML850 OG. The N’less runner was first launched in 1996 and was the brand’s first move to appeal to a younger audience. Instead of the ‘N’ on the side of the shoe the ML850 features only ‘NB’ branding on the tongue and heel for a more modern feel back in that day.