We saw a pair in all-white earlier this year, but now there's a reissue of the Puma G Vilas 2 trainers with some added colour.
We do like the G Vilas 2, a section shoe designed for Argentinian tennis ace Guillermo Vilas in the early 80s, it was instantly a terrace classic and still catches the eye today.
The latest reissue is in white with either green (above) or navy blue detailing, throwing in some G Vilas 2 and Puma branding, a perforated toe and tongue, as well as a leather upper with nubuck toe and rubber outsole. £55 is the price.
Find out more at the Menswear Site website
Last seen on the shelves back in February, the Adidas Jeans trainers have returned once more as a Size? exclusive.
As we said previously, Adidas Jeans was initially introduced in the late 70s, designed to be worn with jeans and was much-loved on the terraces in the years after. This version is faithful to the original, except for the exclusive navy/collegiate red colourway in suede.
Update: The colour pictured here is no longer available, but the Adidas Jeans have been reissued recently in two new colours. You can pick up both at the End Clothing website.
An exclusive landed in green a couple of weeks back and didn't hang around long, but now there's a Size? exclusive of the Adidas Munchen trainers in blue. It's likely to sell out just as quickly.
A classic from 1979, it was first introduced as a training shoe, but didn't take long to make it as a terrace classic. This Size? exclusive has an upper made from a full blue suede and nylon mesh panels featuring serrated three stripe branding and clean white laces.
Sizes are already selling through, so be quick – £59.99 gets you a pair. See another shot over the page.
Find out more at the Size? website
If you're a fan of the 1980s styling that the Fila Vintage range offers, we suspect you'll be all over this Fila Big F tracktop.
It's an archive 1980s tracktop, originally designed for the tennis circuit, but equally as popular on the terraces. For your money, you get a black and white top with a red and black F' on the front, along with a small logo on the chest and a coloured logo zip pull.
A limited edition, it sells for £59. Also, check out over the page for an item very appropriate for the weather – a Fila Heritage scarf, which has all the trademark Fila detailing for £19.
Find out more at the End Clothing website
We do tend to feature a lot of houses with restrictively-high prices on here and while we're not claiming this Edward Schoolheifer-designed three-storey house in Manygate Lane, Shepperton, Surrey is cheap, it might well be a house that's affordable to some of you.
Designed by the Swiss architect Edward Schoolheifer for the Lyon Group in 1964, it's a three-storey, two-bedroom modern house that's located on the celebrated Manygate Lane estate in Shepperton. Interesting period architecture, but without the 'Lotto win' price tag.
It's a style that doesn't appeal to everyone, but from architectural perspective, this 1930s Berthold Lubetkin-designed modernist house on Genesta Road, Plumstead, London SE18 is one of the most significant period houses in Britain.
A mid-terrace house, it's one of a group of four properties designed by Lubetkin in the early 30s, grade II-listed and one of the last few properties remaining by Lubetkin and his Tecton practice, alongside the penguin pool at London Zoo, Finsbury Health Centre and the Highpoint flats in Highgate.