More often seen with a lightweight nylon upper, this reissue of the Nike Cortez Suede Vintage trainers offers a more premium take on a classic.
We did preview these over on our His Knibs site a while back, but now the Adidas Achill trainers are available to buy.
A limited edition release of a lesser-known Adidas shoe, originally a running shoe and dating back to the late '60s, it's something of a forerunner to the better-known SL 72. In this case, you get the original shape, with a suede and mesh upper, D-ring lacing and cutaway sole, with a colour option of white or black. The other style pictured over the page.
If you want a pair, £65 secures a pair.
Dating back to 1973 and back in 2011 are these Nike Vintage Oregon Waffle trainers, reissued here in a green and granite mix.
An early track hit for Nike in its original incarnation (thanks to the Waffle sole design and its added traction), this reissue has a nylon and worn effect suede upper, retro-style tongue and the classic swoosh on ths sides.
Another shot over the page, £54.99 is the price.
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Reappearing on the shelves some 30 years or so on from their debut are these Puma Whirlwind Classic trainers.
This is an 'archive' reissue in a very eye-catching white and surf blue colourway, keeping the spikes for the sole, not to mention the original shape, this reissue is offered in a soft suede and mesh upper and in very limited numbers.
Grab a pair while you can, £49 is the asking price.
Originally produced back in 1980, the Puma Whirlwind 2 trainers are back on the market 30 years after their debut.
The Whirlwind 2, as the name might suggest, was originally creat5ed as a running shoe, but the reissue has amended things just a little bit, removing the racing spike and extending the multi pimpled outsole, which offers the shock absorption.