Archive

October 2018

quarter zip jumpers 31/10/2018

Quarter Zip Layering The Jose Way At 80s Casual Classics

Our huge selection of quarter zip jumpers will keep you nice and toasty this winter adding the ideal extra layer to any cold weather outfit. Long gone are the days where managers and football coaches just wear their own initialed training kit on the bench. Over the last few years managers have made a lot more effort when it comes to personal appearance on the touch line, with the likes of Man City’s Pep Guardiola and Germany’s Joachim Low famous for their casual way of dressing on match day with... Read More

Liam Howlett Interview 26/10/2018
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Interview With Liam Howlett From The Prodigy: 80s CC Customers

We talk casual days with The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett who also just so happens to be a casual fan and customer of 80s Casual Classics. Marking the start of our very exclusive 80s Casual Classics Customers series, we caught up with none other than The Prodigy main man himself, Liam Howlett. In our Liam Howlett interview we go back to the original casual era of tracksuits, break dancing and the birth of electro, something that would all be somehow incorporated into the birth of The Prodigy and the start of... Read More

Fila Trailblazer Boots 24/10/2018

Step On: A Classic Style Returns With The Fila Trailblazer

The Fila Trailblazer was born from the mountains of Biella, Italy as a trekking shoe, however it was more raving than walking  that the Trailblazer got its name for. Following on from the success of their White Line tennis collection as worn by the likes of Björn Borg throughout the 70s and 80s, Fila set out to diversify their ranges with performance led outdoors gear throughout the 1980s. From kitting out explorers like Reinhold Messner in 1986 with performance Fila kit as he reached the summit of Everest as well as the... Read More

Reebok Classic Nylon 21/10/2018

Updated Classics & Original 80s Fitness Styles From Reebok

Footwear styles like the Classic & the Reebok Phase One Pro trainer were originally launched in the 80s era for the gym goers of the new fitness revolution. The 1980s gym revolution paved the way for sportswear brands like Reebok to stamp their “classic” style on the new fitness market. Throughout the 80s the traditional gym transformed from the dirty underground sweat box once associated with shady gangsters and semi pro boxers to the fancy new commercial type, with saunas, steam rooms, work out areas and everything you needed to... Read More

Patagonia Down Jacket 18/10/2018

Get Down On It: Winter Down Jackets At 80s Casual Classics

From the Hi Loft Patagonia Down Jacket in ripstop to other iconic outerwear brands, our selection of winter down jackets will certainly keep you warm in the cold. Down Jackets are just about as warm as you can physically get when it comes to the outerwear world. The very best in apparel insulation and innovation, down jackets have been keeping avid explorers and adventurers warm for decades. Trapping air to the body with the use of real duck down feathers or synthetic insulation made from polyester fibers, the concept is... Read More

PUMA Red Star 13/10/2018

The PUMA Red Star Trainer is Revived From The PUMA Archives In True Retro Style

Classic casual style trainers like the PUMA Red Star were first released in the 1980s for athletes and indoor training. Rewind back to the late 70s and early 80s for a second. Dance crews were spinning around on their heads, blasting out the latest tracks from Afrika Bambaataa, whilst the original casuals were spreading their wings across the UK. Both were kitted out head to toe in the latest sportswear with the freshest PUMA ‘kicks’ on their feet. The performance heritage of the German sportswear brands like PUMA was always... Read More

10/10/2018

My Generation: Classic Mod Parka Style At 80s Casual Classics

The Pretty Green Hooded Parka is just one fine example of our selection of parkas and classic Mod style. If the Casuals had their Settanta’s and Borg Elite’s, the Mods had their parkas and polo shirts. The original Mod subculture came off the back of the Teddy Boy scene of the 1950s with a group of young Londoner’s looking for something new, something fresh and most of all something modern. Just like the majority of other subcultures it was all about the clothes and the music with the original Mods... Read More

Berghaus Jackets Liam Gallagher 06/10/2018

Big Jackets, Britpop & Berghaus

Our latest collection of Berghaus Jackets are full of classic 90s style and packed with all the latest outdoors garment technology. Whilst other outdoors brands like The North Face remained more of an American thing, the UK outdoors brand, Berghaus, were the ones setting the standards in Europe throughout the 70s and 80s. One of the first pioneering outdoors brands to use GORE-TEX technology in Europe, Berghaus built its reputation on creating technical outerwear that could protect its wearer in the harshest weather conditions. With the rise of Acid House... Read More

Sergio Tacchini Track Top John McEnroe 03/10/2018
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Classic Sergio Tacchini Track Top Styles As Worn By The Tennis Legend Himself

John McEnroe was one of the greatest tennis players that ever lived, he also introduced Sergio Tacchini to a new generation of casual sportswear lovers. Even those who don’t queue up for 5 hours to get a seat on ‘Murray mound’ during Wimbledon have heard of John McEnroe. Kind of like the Roy Keane of the tennis world, McEnroe was known for his famous outbursts and temper with the phrase “You cannot be serious” from Wimbledon 1981 and more umpire onslaughts at the Stockholm Open in 1984 even calling the... Read More