Archive

July 2018

adidas Samba OG black yellow 29/07/2018

The adidas Samba OG Trainer Was Designed By Mr Adi Dassler Himself

We’ve got some new colourways landing of the adidas Samba OG trainer, an original 3 stripes classic courtesy of Adi Dassler. First introduced back in the early 60s, in an era when the adidas brand were really starting to show the world what they were made of, the adidas Samba OG started its own legacy. Like a lot of the classic 3 stripes stuff, the Samba was designed with performance at its core. Not just a fancy shoe to look to good, the Samba was rock solid, literally, with Dassler... Read More

Barbour t-Shirts 25/07/2018

Barbour: A Classic British Heritage Brand

Barbour might have started on the backs of farmers and wealthy landowners, but the British heritage brand has become so much more than just waxed cotton and tweed. Barbour could be regularly seen on the likes of Emmerdale’s Jack Sugden throughout the 80s & 90s, although it would be fair to say the brand has gained a much larger appreciation among the dressers of the world than the countryside farmers. Big coats made out of water repellent fabrics, loads of larger than life functional pockets and classic British designs, Barbour... Read More

Holiday Essentials 23/07/2018
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Holiday Essentials This Summer At 80s Casual Classics

The World Cup might be over for another 4 years but that doesn’t mean you still can’t enjoy the summer season with our massive selection of holiday essentials. This one goes out to all the lads holidays, the Ibiza weekenders, the summer road trippers, the island hoppers and the all inclusive pool side loungers. Whatever your plans are for the summer season our huge selection of holiday essentials have got you covered with everything from classic 80s court swagger to 90s Brit Pop nostalgia. Whether you’re romancing in Rome, partying in... Read More

diadora borg elite 17/07/2018
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Diadora Borg Elite: The Original 80s Tennis Classic & Still The Best

If a single pair of trainers could sum up the 80s casual era it would probably be the Diadora Borg Elite, as famously worn by the tennis legend himself. It would be very surprising these days if for example the likes of Novak Djokovic was to endorse a pair of trainers and create a cult following in the process. In fact it would almost certainly never happen. Its not because Djokovic isn’t a world class tennis player or that he doesn’t have any fans, it simply comes down to one thing…panache. Panache... Read More

Casual Summer Caps Lacoste 14/07/2018

Casual Summer Caps At 80s Casual Classics

The sun is shining which means its time to check out our massive range of casual summer caps. The classic cap has become a bit of a casual staple over the last 30 or so years, favoured by some casuals for its CCTV ‘face shielding’ qualities the trusty headpiece is also a great accompaniment to any outfit. Born out of the Brooklyn baseball scene over 100 years ago, the classic cap or baseball cap is once again one of the most in demand casual accessories for the summer. So whether... Read More

Diadora Sirio Trainer 11/07/2018

We’ve Got Some Brand New Colourways Of The Diadora Sirio Trainer Landing

The Diadora Sirio trainer looks back to the 80s era of running silhouettes, casual sportswear and retro style. Over the last 40 or so years Diadora have really made their mark on the world of sports from football to tennis with legends such as Roberto Baggio and Björn Borg waving the Diadora endorsement flag. Athletics and running have also been a key factor in the Italian sportswear label’s heritage with 90s running classics like the V7000 & N9000 going down as some of the trainer worlds finest running silhouettes to date.... Read More

casuals t-shirts 07/07/2018

Made For The Casuals: Casual Logos At 80s Casual Classics

Our selection of casual t-shirts and sweats celebrates the casuals with a selection of casual logo and graphics. The casuals introduced continental sportswear to the UK thanks to supporters from clubs like Liverpool during the late 70s and early 80s who were travelling across Europe. The media were quick to judge but the new found casual movement wasn’t just about ‘rep’, it was a lifestyle, no different than say the mods before them. The term dressers came out about simply because like minded youths liked to look good and most... Read More

wimbledon whites Borg 04/07/2018
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Tennis Getup & Wimlebdon Whites The 80s Casual Classics Way

‘Whiter than white’, no its not a washing detergent advert but just some of the greatest tennis gear that ever existed. Isn’t it great this time of year for sport lovers? With the beginning of July not only marking the start of the summer but also the start of the most celebrated tennis events on the entire planet, Wimbledon. If football has the World Cup, the tennis equivalent would most certainly be Wimbledon. Yes there’s the US, Australian and French Open’s but nothing really compares to the heritage and legacy... Read More