The Crooked Tongues Winter Sale is now live, you can get up to 50% off selected sneakers. The shoes on sale include brands like Nike, Adidas, Vans, Supra, Reebok and much more. In total, 352 shoes are on sale in size from UK3 to UK14.
Some examples of the winter sale include:
Air Jordan 1 Retro 89. Was £95, Now £66.50.
The Nike Air Jordan 1 deserves recognition for being the shoe that changed colour blocking and signature shoes as we know it back in 1985. Peter Moore’s design on this clean, classic design is ageless and this take on the AJ1 gives this Nike icon a Nike Air Jordan 1 Retro 89 makeover with an application of mesh and colour that harks back to the classic Air Jordan IV.
Adidas Enforcer Mid. Was £95, Now £62.
A faintly-obscure ’96 court shoe that’s got a little bit of Forum in its Velcro-strapped DNA, the adidas Enforcer, with its bombastic Charlie Bronsonesque title emblazoned along the supportive strap in a matter-of-fact font looks its age, with the curious mix of old school throwback and curved nineties styling that typifies the era for adidas. A simple colourway, with a non-marking gum-laced outsole alongside a lack of Trefoil that was the polar-opposite to the retro fever that had hit full-throttle by the time the Enforcer hit the shelves. This snakeskin edition is banging, taking it back to classics like the Concord.
Adidas Rivalry Lo. Was £75, Now £49.
The adidas Rivalry debuted as part of the Patrick Ewing adidas line circa 1986 alongside the Attitude and Conductor. The budget part of the signature series took on a life of its own when it dropped in a variety of team colourways and became the ultimate footwear accessory during hip-hop’s golden age and part of Stussy ads too. This edition brings back some of that magic.
Supra Falcon. Was £110, Now £72.
Supra aren’t interested in creating passive footwear and the Supra Falcon is guaranteed to generate opinion. With a sci-fi prop look blended with some high-end cues that padded heel overlay is as provocative as it gets, but it’s also incredibly comfortable. Avant-garde simplicity from a brand that seems to take pleasure in creating this kind of thing alongside the usual basics.
Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi. Was £50, Now £32.50
Does this really need an introduction? High or low, the Chuck Taylor’s versatility gives it an iconic appeal across the board from Crip-walkers to The Ramones, with the sturdy, but lightweight rubber-toed construction and array of available colours making this a staple since its release in 1917. A real history, affordability and capability to work with any outfit ensures further longevity for the classic Converse All Star. Plain or patterned, they look killer when they’re beat to death or fresh out the box.
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