Tag Archives: Dion Walcott
Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture opens April 25th, 2013 The Bata Shoe Museum is excited to announce the opening of the first exhibition in North America to … Continue reading
THE IDEA BEHIND THE DESIGN The idea behind the TLK x BHM LE Tee came together at what we like to call a “thought virus” session,
What a lot of people don’t know is that Patrick Ewing started off wearing Adidas before he started his own company EWING in the early 90′s.
For those who are not familiar with the Sully Wong brand, it is made up of two designers who have major sneaker cred. George Sully and Henry Wong are definite … Continue reading
Royal Elastics is a brand that does not get the recognition it deserves. The brand prides itself in the sneaker world as continually challenging the norm of the game, while … Continue reading
We first met Rosie Pea last summer at the 2011 Youth Day Festival that was held at Dundas Square
It’s been a while since I wrote a post, in fact, this is my first post for 2012. I figure since its been a while, I’d write a post that … Continue reading
With the Holiday season in full swing and the stress of getting everyone the perfect gift, Creative Recreations and This Shirt Helps have teamed up to redefine what stress ‘relief’ truly means.
On Sunday, July 24th the Toronto Loves Kicks (TLK) team took part in the 2011 Toronto Youth Day that was held at Dundas Square.
After seeing these I would have to say that it is looking very good so far for ASICS
One of my favourite things about Toronto Loves Kicks is the amount of people that I get exposed to. Over the weekend I had the chance to sit down and chop it up with … Continue reading
On July 10th, the Toronto New Era Flagship store played host to Greg Street’s Sneaker Friends event. Thanks to our friends over at New Era, Toronto Loves Kicks (TLK) was asked … Continue reading
United We Sole is only 3 days away and we all know that with every fresh pair of kicks there comes a check list of yourself from head to toe.
On June 2nd the Toronto Loves Kicks (TLK) team had the chance to change the pace and go into one of the most recognized high schools in Toronto, Eastern Commerce.