Adidas Stan Smith
If there is an iconic sneaker above the rest of them, that must be adidas Stan Smith. Blame it on its essential design but this tennis shoe never stopped getting love from 1977 up to now.
Puma X Chinatown Market Ralph Sampson Low
Puma is so smart to catch up the latest trends that it decided to make a collaboration with Chinatown Market. The two brands created a reissue of Ralph Sampson Lo that is the epitome of cool.
The North Face Lunar Voyage Capsule Collection
The North Face Lunar Voyage celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first man on the moon. That's why its color palette is black and white, letting the superior design of this capsule speak.
Nike Af1 Type
If there is a thing that excites us at Move is sneakers progression. That's why we became instant fans of this one of a kind Nike AF1 called Nike AF1 Low Type.
Hype on adidas Ozweego is high, making one of the most interesting releases this summer. Its retro silhouette has been upgraded to be the ultimate chunky sneaker, that should not miss from your personal selection.
Under Armour Forge 96
It's easy to get lost among all the sneakers releases but you can trust in Under Armour. Its chunky sneakers style called Under Armour Forge 96 is essential and contemporary.
Impressive since its debut, Nike Air More Uptempo is in its natural habitat in the basketball field. Get to know the other styles that belong to the Uptempo family and you will want them all.
Reebok Club C Revenge M
In a continuous research for retro sneakers, the timeless style of Reebok Club C Revenge M stands out. This glorious style tells tales of tennis courts but it is ready for your everyday life.
Move Shop – Streetwear e Sneakers
Streetwear in evolution
If you think that streetwear means to own limited editions of your favorite hype brands, you are missing the point. Streetwear evolved but its goal is the same: wear an undefined dress code to connect with people with similar interests, into certain activities. It existed way before the word streetwear was invented.
Think hippies, or punks or skinheads or mods. We tend to say that streetwear was invented in California by the surf-skate community. Its leader de facto was Sean Stussy whose ads in Thrasher Magazine really defined a music influenced movement.
Some others love to think that streetwear was born in the Bronx when the hip hop phenomenon was starting to express through b-boys rocking Kangol hats and Puma Clydes.
The truth is that there is no "big bang" in streetwear, everything came into place slowly: sporting goods brands like Nike, adidas, Fila, Pony got paired with little brands passing some messages on their t-shirts and hoodies.
We at Move have a deep love for this movement and we did not jump on the bandwagon now because it's hot but to pass knowledge and style to you. That's why we can give you through moveshop.it the key for example to understand what Carhartt is: a workwear company that was popular in the streets because of tough and durable items that you could breakdance in or go bomb a train with your friends.
Streetwear to be free to think (and move)
Streetwear is mostly related to the image of an athletic youth into many activities. That's how sportswear came into the mix: if you feel comfortable in your outfit you have plenty of room to move and do your thing.
Streetwear retro freshness
This is the heritage that from breakdancing took tracksuits even into skateboarding, like you see today skaters in Kappa Kontroll sweatpants.
It's the continuous research of our roots that comes into play when, after we kept on wearing Jordan forever (and we still do), now we search for retro freshness in brands like Sergio Tacchini and Ellesse. There is no secret recipe in streetwear but two main suggestions: be original and just do you.