An obscure vintage sports classic that’s still doing the rounds in 2008 – the Brütting Roadrunner running shoe.
The Roadrunner was developed (as the name suggests) for road running in 1970 in co-operation with Arthur Lydiard, the Australian runner and long-distance running coach. it has a suede upper, ankle support and a cushioning of the heel and ball of foot.
Probably not the most technically-advanced shoe you might see on the market, but certainly one of the more distinctive. Yours for £110.