As the holiday season approaches, you may find yourself thinking about gifts for a certain sneakerhead in your life. Here are a few key styles any seasoned collector or casual enthusiast will appreciate.

The Nike Blazer Low is a truly timeless style loved for its simplicity and versatility. The Blazer was originally released in 1973 as a basketball sneaker arriving in a high top, mid and low. This updated rendition features the same leather and vulcanised rubber construction. However, rather than serving its original performance function it’s now been adopted as a casual staple that suits any aesthetic.

The Nike Blazer Low is a truly timeless style loved for its simplicity and versatility. The Blazer was originally released in 1973 as a basketball sneaker arriving in a high top, mid and low. This updated rendition features the same leather and vulcanised rubber construction. However, rather than serving its original performance function it’s now been adopted as a casual staple that suits any aesthetic.

Although the New Balance 327 is a new silhouette, it’s proven to be an instant success – turning heads and quickly gaining prominence among sneakerheads. Its traction rubber outsole and use of nylon is reminiscent of heritage ’70s runners, however its unique shape and oversized branding give it a modern feel. The premium pigskin suede panelling and combination of materials make this sneaker a refined yet casual shoe for everyday wear.

Although the New Balance 327 is a new silhouette, it’s proven to be an instant success – turning heads and quickly gaining prominence among sneakerheads. Its traction rubber outsole and use of nylon is reminiscent of heritage ’70s runners, however its unique shape and oversized branding give it a modern feel. The premium pigskin suede panelling and combination of materials make this sneaker a refined yet casual shoe for everyday wear.

Celebrating 30 years since its initial release, the Nike Air Max 90 is a well-established classic that has proven it stands the test of time. It is considered a staple in the Air Max range and is familiar to any sneakerhead. Remaining true to its sleek original design and construction, it boasts the perfect mix of mesh and leather. This, along with its signature air unit creates a truly comfy, versatile and durable sneaker.

The Nike Air Max 95 debuted in 1995 as a retro running sneaker. Its ground-breaking design is based on many parts of human anatomy, particularly the spine, rib cage and muscle tissue. Twenty-five years later, this design has maintained popularity and still demands attention from sneakerheads worldwide.

Originally introduced in 2015 as a performance running sneaker, the adidas Ultraboost was adopted by sneakerheads for its looks and ground breaking technology. The primeknit upper is super lightweight, breathable and has a sock-like fit. The BOOST sole is a modern technological marvel in its ability to be responsive and energy returning yet incredibly soft.

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