Trainer spotting

Ever wondered where did they them from?

Trainer spotting is an observation of style like any other; it can be done anywhere and doesn’t have to be complex. It’s a fantastic lifestyle choice for those who want to keep up with trends, but it doesn’t mean you have to buy every pair you see. Daniel in London will be bringing you the very best of Great Britain and beyond what we call trainers and what you call sneakers.

Trainers & Sneakers

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Taking you back Back into time

When I first started trainer spotting, I don’t mind telling you, I was scared. Before I found a tech solution, I had to go up to people and ask them where they got their trainers. Two years on, I love it when I see a gem and use the tech to do it. So without further ado, I would like to bring you …… ( Drum roll ) 


Warning they don’t look like that now but look how they change colour in the light. 

Nike Internationalist Mid 'Reflective' QS in Red Clay/Black.

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Nike Internationalist Mid top QuickStrick running shoes, in a 3M reflective red clay (dull red) padded pleather upper, 3M reflective red clay side panels & supportive overlay panels, a black pleather Nike Swoosh, a black pleather heel moustache with a red clay Nike transfer heel text logo, red clay padded collar with black nylon heel pull, a black external molded plastic heel stabiliser unit, and a red clay nylon tongue with a black & red clay Nike Internationalist Mid woven tongue label.
Inside there is a black nylon tongue lining, a black waffle padded lining around the collar & heel, and a lightweight PU innersole with a black waffle footbed.
Built on a white Nike EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning, with a black rubber tread for traction and durability.
Come with black flat laces.