Nike Throwback Future Pack
Nike Throwback Future Pack is a sign of the times. Futuristic iridescent colorways of Nike Air Max 95, Nike Air Max 97 and Nike Air Max 270 make us instant fans of these limited edition styles.
Nike Shox R4 represent a revolutionary innovation for what concerns comfort and performance. Its futuristic design is a staple of Nike archive and now this model that first dropped in 2000 is back.
Nike Air Force 1 Velour Pack
After endless variations on the theme, here comes Nike Air Force 1 Velour Pack. With its innovative new material very classy, get ready to look at this iconic sneaker under a new light
Vans Berle Pro
Vans Berle Pro reinforced toe will last longer and UltraCush Lite 3D will give you an ideal cushioning without compromising board feeling. Add a top pro name on the tongue and you are set
Adidas Pod S3 1
adidas Pod s3 1 is new to the range of the Trefoil. Check its sleek silhouette that features a midsole divided in two pods with different densities to maximize your confort.
Nike Air Max 2 Light
Nike Sportswear brought back a new version of a 1995 Air Max style. Originally called Air Max 2, these sneakers are now Air Max 2 Light: the latest restyling weights one ounce less.
With the 90's sportswear wave that is everywhere nowadays, the Swoosh thought to bring back the microfiber of Nike Woven jackets. You cannot miss it: your windbreaker with inserts is waiting.
The North Face '92 Rage Collection
The North Face '92 Rage is the latest capsule from the most loved outdoor brand. With its retro fresh vivid pattern there is something among its item that surely meets your taste.
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.