All Pointer shoes are made in Portugal. A place famous for its leathers and a heritage of making the very best handmade moccasins. Pointer has been creating stylish casual footwear since the early 70s. Beyond the craft, they’re pioneers in the use of naturally-tanned, chemical free leather, making the decision to put some Pointers on your feet feel even easier.
Become a sneakerhead overnight. Instead of waiting for new releases & searching on obscure websites, you can stock-up on unique, special-edition NBs right off their website. There are so many trick colorways to cop – you could rock new ones every month, fill a whole closet with shoe boxes and still have some secret weapons on reserve.
Most styles in the PF Flyer line have been around since your old granddad was still shooting hoops. But, their latest offering, The Drake, is all-new. Classic detailing on this full-grain leather oxford makes it a refined & minimalist design that is somehow more than just a “sneaker.”
The noxious odor wafting out of your running shoes is not your fault. It’s caused by microbes: stinky ones. SteriShoe solves this embarrassing problem by using UVC light to kill them. It also kills stuff like athlete’s foot and toenail fungus. Totally gross…we know, so fix it fast.
PF Flyer’s Bob Cousy hightops are the epitome of “court classic” style. Originally released back in 1956, these fresh unlined leather models come in a wide array of sophisticated colors for a modern look in a classic silhouette.
In our logo-stamped, over-branded world, it can be tough to keep things clean & simple. Nikes are dope. No doubt about it, but sometimes the swoosh is overpowering. Not the case with these low-key, re-released 70s Tennis Classics. They’re practically anti-Swoosh with their stealth styling. Super mellow.
If this is as close as you”ll ever get to wearing wingtips, be thankful. Jack Purcells are pure American classics. If you haven’t owned even a normal pair of JPs in the past, you’re sort of blowing it. They go with everything & go anywhere. This brogued version in premium leather may even get you through the trauma of a sport coat or the occasion when you’re forced to wear the dreaded “slacks.”
Simple casual style: shades, t-shirt and a crispy pair of PF Flyers Sumfun Lo’s. Slimmer than Chuck Taylor’s & available in an array of cool tones with matching laces. The Sumfun Lo is a pure laid-back classic.
The mellower product collabs are the good ones. Kevin Smith makes cool movies, like Clerks, Mall Rats, and Chasing Amy. Etnies makes cool shoes for skateboarding & hanging out. Multiply these two characters and you have the Kevin Smith x Etnies collection. Some casual kicks logo’d down with IDs from Smith’s flicks. No big deal…but definitely dope even if you’re not “Schmokin weed, drinkin’ beeaz …”
How often do you read “Made in Africa” on a label? The answer is not often. The export of raw materials to other countries is the general trend in Africa, but the guys at Sawa are taking one small step to change things by keeping it all on the continent. Sawa Shoes are made in Africa using only African materials…and that’s fresh. So are the kicks.
Try Soula in Brooklyn to score a pair.