George James Cox established his footwear company in 1906, in Northamptonshire – the tradition home of England’s finest shoemakers. Over the years the company has built an increasing reputation for innovation, working closely with some of the passing decades most infamous designers. Having first produced brothel creepers in the 50s and winkle pickers in the 60s, the company gained notoriety in the 70s when these looks were resurrected by Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren to become the uniform of a generation of punks. In a collaboration with ok-ni, the Hiking Sneaker comes in three colorways of white, scarlet and navy blue. All models feature thick plantation crepe soles and hiking lace details. For those who are interested, they are now available at oki-ni.