Brands

There are 27 brands
  • Adidas

    ADIDAS ORIGINALS  started in a wash room and conquered the world. And in-between, they have scored big and also, sometimes, struggled to reach their goals. They have done their best for the best. They have improved and grown. Looking ahead to the future, always remembering where they came from.

  • Asics

    The extraordinary growth experienced by Japan between 1986 and 1991 positioned the Japanese economy as the second strongest in the world. In 1986, ASICS introduced the Alpha Gel in its high performance sports models, immediately becoming a classic. 

  • Champion

    Since 1919 Champion has inspired athletes on and off the field with its authentic, American athletic apparel. From iconic Champion activewear to the latest in performance workout clothes for men, women and kids, you'll find quality sportswear for every level of play

  • Converse

    Converse began in 1908 as a rubber shoe company specialising in galoshes. Soon after, started using their rubber to make sneakers. In 1920, they renamed their canvas basketball sneaker the “All Star.” The name stuck. What didn’t stick was their intention.

  • Dickies

    Dickies, the global leader in performance workwear, has provided hard-wearing, long-lasting and comfortable clothes since 1922.

  • Fila

    When the Fila brothers first opened shop in 1911 in Biella, a small town in the foothills of northern Italy, they had no idea how far their legacy would travel. 

  • Goorin Bros.

    The history of this brand began in the streets of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), when Kassel Goorin sold his first hat in 1895. Soon, his sons Alfred and Ted learned the office of their father and founded Goorin Bros. This is how, year after year , the family tradition has been extended to the present day. A house that has managed to reinvent itself, modernize and update its models, targeting a younger audience. 

  • Grimey

    GRIMEY WEAR was founded in 2006 on the outskirts of Madrid (Spain). It started with a 8 t-shirts sampler, all of them designed and printed by the brand’s original co-founders, in a small basement. The brand starts growing up until was consolidate as one of the most important street-wear trade marks.

  • Hardship Co

  • Herschel

    Founded in 2009 by brothers Jamie and Lyndon Cormack, Herschel Supply Co. adopted the name of the town where three generations of their family grew up.

  • IrieDaily

    There’s so much more to IRIEDAILY than simply being labeled as a streetwear brand from Berlin, as it is in fact a story about friendship, DIY-ethos, responsibility, respect and the challenge to live up to its own “STAY DIFFERENT“ DNA as well.

  • Lacoste

    Optimism and elegance are the core values of LACOSTE, promoted with enthusiasm and passion. Their mission is to share this positive view of life with their customers and partners.

  • New Balance

    For more than 100 years New Balance has worked actively and consistently to mobilize the world, since they start from a simple idea: we were born to move.

    Its premise is to support athletes in pursuit of excellence, either by helping them win new records and win medals, or by encouraging everyday athletes to achieve their goals, run their first 5 kilometers or simply maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.

  • Nike

    Nike, originally known as Blue Ribbon Sports (BRS), was founded by University of Oregon track athlete Phil Knight and his coach Bill Bowerman in January 1964. The company initially operated as a distributor for Japanese shoe maker Onitsuka Tiger (now ASICS), making most sales at track meets out of Knight's automobile.

  • Parra

    Pieter Janssen (1976), better known as his artist name Piet Parra, is a Dutch illustrator and graphic designer. Under the name of Parra, Janssen does graphic work for posters and brochures. He also designed several Nike shoes, including Air Max 1 'Cherrywood' and Air Max 95 'The Running Man'. 

  • Puma

    The brothers Rudolf and Adolf Dassler found the company “Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik“ (Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory) in Herzogenaurach, Germany. At the Olympic Summer Games in Amsterdam in 1928, a majority of the German athletes wear Dassler spikes. In 1936, Jesse Owens wins four gold medals at the Olympic Games in Berlin sporting Dassler spikes.

  • Saucony

    By 1910 Saucony's story had only taken its first steps, but already they were making 800 pairs of shoes a day in its two-story Saucony Creek (Saucony Creek) factory, a name that comes from the Indian expression saconk which, in the language of the Lenni Lenape tribe, means "where two rivers run together".

  • Sergio Tacchini

    Everything began in 1966 when the company was founded, in northern Italy, by Sergio Tacchini, the International Tennis player who was a singles player in the Davis Cup for Italy from 1959 to 1966.The brand immediately introduced great innovation in style, using colours at a time when tennis players only wore white.

  • Stance

    STANCE has turned socks into one of the world's most exciting accessories in less than five years. Their founders saw a category that had been ignored, taken for granted, looked over, and dismissed.

  • Staple

    In 1997, Jeff Staple walked into a boutique in New York City wearing a shirt he printed in his silkscreen class at Parsons School of Design. He had no intention of even wanting to start a brand. He walked out of that store with an order of 12 shirts. Staple was officially open for business. What started as a small T-Shirt line handmade by him, grew organically and began to gain visibility in NYC

  • The North Face

    THE NORTH FACE are named for the coldest, most unforgiving side of a mountain. They have helped explorers reach the most unfathomable heights of the Himalayas. But The North Face® legend begins, ironically, on a beach. 

  • The Quiet Life

    Andy Mueller was raised in the mid-west on a healthy diet of BMX, skateboarding, music and magazines. At an early age, Andy became addicted to the art of image making and photo taking. In 1993, Andy founded OhioGirl Design, a small design/photo/film studio. In 1997, Andy started “The Quiet Life” with a few friends from within OhioGirl.

  • This is Shit

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