Admiral

Admiral x CA4LA World Cup Collection
Fashion

Admiral x CA4LA World Cup Collection

Not exactly the powerhouse football brand it once was, nevertheless, Admiral has had a marked

Admiral "Pea Coat" Watford
Uncategorized Footwear

Admiral "Pea Coat" Watford

Originally seen on a Vans Vault pack of sneakers, a pea coat x sneaker theme re-surfaces once

Admiral 2009 Spring/Summer Footwear Collection
Uncategorized Footwear

Admiral 2009 Spring/Summer Footwear Collection

Seeing a presence rarely outside of Admiral, their previous collections have often been marked

Admiral Windsor Limited Sneakers
Uncategorized Footwear

Admiral Windsor Limited Sneakers

Long-standing British brand Admiral has seen most of its success amongst the Japanese

Freak's Store x Admiral Watford
Footwear

Freak's Store x Admiral Watford

Japanese retailer Freak’s Store has delved extensively with a series of predominately Japanese market brands in various footwear collabos. Their most recent release revisits Admiral with the help of Mita. Freak’s Store’s previous relationship resulted in an Oxford Hi. The use of the Watford results in two models, sleek perforated leather upper and a polka dot patent leather upper. Available for pre-order via Mita.


Admiral Conventry
Footwear

Admiral Conventry

Part of Admiral Sneaker’s 2008 Spring/Summer collection is this new Conventry model. This casual sneaker allows you to easily slip it on and tighten by adjusting the strap. Clean and simple, this shoe comes in three colorways and are now available at Flauge.

Admiral Royal Navy
Footwear

Admiral Royal Navy

The Royal Navy from Admiral is a unorthodox take at the high-top sneaker. The sneaker is secured by a flap with a vertical row of buttons. Two styles are separated by varying colors of plaid with detailed carvings on the buttons. These aren’t expected to release until September of this year. Source: Flauge

Freak's Store x Admiral Oxford Hi
Footwear

Freak's Store x Admiral Oxford Hi

Japanese retailer Freak’s Store has been on a tear lately as the collaboration happy Japanese put forth another release. Just early this month Freak’s Store dropped a joint with Rhythm. This most recent release looks towards British football turned lifestyle brand Admiral on their Oxford Hi. Two colors, blue and red are available with little intricate details throughout. Available now through Mita.

Admiral Watford
Footwear

Admiral Watford

Admiral is a British brand that has been around since 1914. It started as a brand that provided uniforms for the Royal Navy. Since then it has moved onto becoming a soccer brand representing major English teams like Manchester United. In the 1980’s, it moved on to developing footwear for cricket and rugby. Today, the brand concentrates on casual footwear and create timeless shoes like this Admiral Watford model. These new Watfords feature snake or croc skin giving them a simple but luxurious look which is perfect to match with a more mature sense of style. These come in four colorways and are now available at Chapter World.

 
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