Spring Trainers Edit
Spring is around the corner - time to refresh your wardrobe with some new trainers. We’ve selected the coolest sneakers from the independent stores in and around Berwick Street.
Clean 90 Zip, Axel Arigato
If you love Axel Arigato's unisex, sleek and minimal design, these are the kicks for you. The Clean 90 Zip sneakers feature neutral leather handcrafted in Portugal with rubber sole and calf leather linings, available in both women's and men's sizes. The cushioned footbed gives you the comfort you need while still looking cool. Priced at £210.
NikeLab Air Max 1 Pinnacle, Footpatrol
Go back to basics with the NikeLab Air Max 1 Pinnacle, a modern take on a classic silhouette, now available at Footpatrol. First presenting visible Nike Air Technology in 1987, Nike’s aim was to create a full sole unit that gave the wearer the illusion of walking on air. These sneakers are made of premium leather material on the upper and lining, with minimal colour-blocking and waxed laces. Priced at £110.
Green Suede Ambleside, Oliver Spencer
The Green Suede Ambleside from Oliver Spencer is the perfect combination of comfort and stability that will last all year round. The contemporary silhouette rendered in quality dark green suede, durable rubber sole and matching laces, will complement both smart and casual outfits. Priced at £179.
GOOD NEWS' Bagger, OTHER
Discover OTHER's latest collaboration with GOOD NEWS, a London-based ethical footwear brand that supports fair trade and charities. The Bagger high-top sneakers are inspired by retro American culture and baseball, made of cotton canvas and available in black or white for both women and men. Priced at £60.
Underground Nox, Underground
The Underground Nox is a hybrid sneaker available in white canvas and black suede that incorporates a bold silhouette synonymous with Underground's identity. Inspired by the digital representation of the sound movement, Underground Nox's design striking, androgynous and rebellious. Priced at £170.
What's your favourite store for buying trainers on Berwick Street? Join the conversation with @BerwickStLondon using #TrainersEdit.