Saturday, March 17, 2018


Powerhouse purveyors of premier goods, Standard & Strange are one of the very few retail shops in the United States dedicated to providing us some of the biggest and best heritage name brands from around the globe.

Their latest collaboration with Truth, Symmetry, Pleasure, Taste, Recognition offers three options for the S&S x TSPTR High Top Sneakers—whitenavy and cammo—and is based on military training shoes of the 1950s.

These are made at one of the few remaining vulcanized footwear factories in Kurume, Japan under the supervision of the John Lofgren Footwear team.

I couldn't wait to break these in and try them out at the gym as soon as they were received, but as luck would have it I'd have to wait until the next day. Now whether I’m kickin’ around in my civvies or having fun with functional fitness, these versatile and comfy sneakers are always at the ready. Not only do these feel great and can withstand hours of heavy abuse in the gym, but they look great and knowing they are a product of some highly reputable names in the business is the icing on a deliciously decadent cake. 

Sizing: I wear size 7 in Converse, all John Lofgren footwear, Alden and Red Wing boots and I went with a size 7 in these for a perfect fit.

Standard & Strange               TSPTR

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