Recent Collaborations: New Balance, Nike, adidas, Le Coq Sportif
It's not everyday that a corporate retailer has the same respect within the cult sneaker world as the independents do. But there aren't many retailers like UK's size?. The store's vast reach and taste in nostalgic models has provided a true understanding of the sneakers it works on. More impressively, size? chose to work on a model that Nike had all but forgotten about—the Air Max 93. There's no official word, but it feels like size?'s renaissance of the 93 has caused Nike to revive the silhouette, and the sneaker is expected to retro on a bigger scale sometime this year. The retailer has also done work on Air Max 180s, Huaraches, and Roshe Runs. Its high-profile collaborations have U.S. 'heads converting their dollars to pounds and paying for international shipping. Size? has also mastered the concept of the ever-so-used "pack." At times, collaborations come in multiple pairs—with certain sneakers that lack a certain resonance. But size? relays its themes through every sneaker it works on. For instance, it was tough to decide which sneaker was better in its "Teal Pack," the Air Max 93s or the Huaraches.
size? x Nike Air Max 93 "Teal"
size? x Nike Air Huarache "Teal"
size? x Nike Air Max 180
size? x Harrods x New Balance 574
size? x Nike Air Max Light "Urban Safari"
size? x Nike Roshe Run "Urban Safari"