Shoe Pick #14 – The Hundreds

Brand: The Hundreds
 Mint N’ Chip “Scully”
Mint / Black
Price: $79Yet another shoe from a lesser known independent brand. The Hundreds, started in 2003, is an American clothing, footwear and accessories brand, inspired by west coast American culture. They have a strong portfolio of footwear, and these “Scully’s” have stood out as a pick of the bunch. Light blue suede, black leather, and a splatter look on the midsole and laces make these a real fresh shoe for the summer. A unique runner, and available from the official ‘The Hundreds’ online store for $79, these are an ideal addition to anybody’s sneaker collection.

$79 @ The Hundreds


About Tom McCluskey

My name is Tom, and this is my blog! I'm 19 years of age, and just beginning my 2nd year of a BSc/BA Product Design degree at Bournemouth University, UK. Otherwise, I live at home in Romford, London (not Essex!) during the summer period. Design is something I'm taking ever more seriously in life. Starting my degree, hoping to explore a field I had dabbled in with GCSE Graphics at school, design has gradually become something of an obsession. Shoe/Trainer/Sneaker design is something that particularly interests and inspires me, I'm quite the "sneakerhead", and I plan on using this blog to showcase my journey through university, and beyond. When it comes to extracurricular activities, I'm a big fan of sports, football and badminton in particular. West Ham United are my team, and you'd struggle to find a more passionate fan. Just ask my girlfriend, I was absolutely delirious when we won the play off's final against Blackpool earlier this year, COYI! Anyway, I hope you enjoy what I've got to showcase here in my blog, thanks for dropping by. Tom.
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