Famed for cushioning, stability and timeless aesthetics, the S8000 is taken from the 90s running archives. The S stands for stability and ITA represents Italy as this remake is entirely made in the brand's home country using time honored artisan techniques. Staying faithful to the original with authentic materials and design, the S8000 is a sporty shoe with deep roots in the history of Diadora. This release is part of the brand's Espresso program working with the world's top stores to distribute the best product Diadora have to offer.
Limited numbers available from 00:01GMT Saturday 29th August priced at £129.
Aside from the OG iterations in the early 90s, the Triple Black is one of the Air Huarache's most defining colourways. Although relatively recent on the timeline, it marks renewed appeal and a refreshed appreciation for this quirky classic. Although the Triple Black has had a few restocks over the course of the past year, it never hangs around for long and tonight's inventory is sure to follow suit.
Look for the Nike Air Huarache Triple Black online at 00:01GMT Friday 28th August priced at £89.
First introduced all the way back in 1979, the Aztec OG has remained a Reebok rarity, loved by those in the know for it's timeless aesthetics. One of the most distinct runners of the 70s, the Aztec OG combines PORON cushioning with lightweight materials like nylon. Despite a lot of the materials selected to keep the shoe light and nimble on the track, it does feature suede usage increasing the shoe's longevity.
This 2015 reissue replicates the original beautifully applying an aged effect making them look like you've always owned a pair. Sympathetic yellowing can be found across the mid-sole with the suede gently treated for retro appeal. Limited numbers available from 00:01GMT Saturday 22nd August (£79).
adidas Originals Hamburg 'Made In Germany'
After stopping off in Hawaii, Samoa and Tahiti for the first leg, the Island Series is set to take us to Jamaica this Thursday. Previously the Jamaica has been one of those shoes that's annoyingly hard to come by but sensing the demand adidas have wisely reintroduced the shoe in 1:1 form. Originals fans will note the authentic colouring and high quality materials whilst anybody with a passing interest in the brand will appreciate the retro appeal of this timeless classic.
Sizes UK6-12 including half sizes will be available priced at £75. The adidas Originals Jamaica is set to launch at 00:01GMT Thursday 30th July.