That Everyday Trainer

This selection is dedicated for those who want a trainer that is easy on the eyes and easy on the wallet. These trainers practically can go with everything and make you look GOOD.

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1) Converse Chuck Taylor

The shoe was composed of a rubber sole and canvas upper and was designed to be a high performance athletic shoe for basketball players. In 1923, American basketball player Charles "Chuck" Taylor joined a basketball team sponsored by the Converse Company called The Converse All Stars

This is one of the most versatile trainer ever made that the only thing this outfit does not go with is sportswear ironically. Another point is the comfort of the trainer is very close to none.

Price: £30 - £70 Approx.

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2) Vans Hi-SK8

Vans are originally skateboarding shoes, the company based in Costa Mesa, California, owned by VF Corporation. The company also produces apparel and other products such as T-shirts, hoodies, socks, hats, and backpacks. As of August 2013

The Hi-Top has become really popular recently with the hipsters with the ripped denim jeans and coats with bright and multiple colours,

The skater girl/guy with the light denim and simplistic tops and jackets,

The rock chick/dude with the leather jacket Metallica top with bleach stains.

Price: £40 - £60 Approx.

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3) Air Force 1

This was originally called simply the Air Force. The name is a reference to Air force one, the plane that carries the US Presidents. The shoes are sold in three different styles, low, mid and high. The mid comes with a connected strap.

This trainer growing up could be rocked with almost anything but mostly tracksuits and joggers that would drop low. Sponsored by the majority of the UK urban scene especially musical artist it’s a must

Price: £55 - £75 Approx.

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4) Reebok Nylon Classic

Reebok Classic is a lifestyle shoe brand that consists of athletic shoes that became popular casual wears. The brand evolved from the Classic Leather, the Workout, the Ex-O-Fit, the Newport Classic and the freestyle now the Nylon.

The classics nylon provides both a sporty look as well as a retro look so you can transition from "going to the gym" to "throwing it back" and all it could take is a pair of jeans, a shirt and a bomber jacket.

Price: £25 - £75 Approx.

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5) Adidas Stan Smith

Adidas Stan Smith is a tennis shoe made by Adidas. However, today the shoe is not used for tennis, but as casual footwear. Stan Smith is an American tennis player, who was active between the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1980s

This trainer is quite similar to quite similar to the versatility of the converse but the only difference is that you can actually wear this for sports of the gym and not get an eye for it.

Price: £30 - £70 Approx.

Tedmond Oputa