Reebok x FACE Stockholm



24399144480_aa08ca6bfe_zWe’ve just received Reebok’s latest collaboration with makeup company FACE Stockholm! Show off your personal style by topping off your outfit with a swipe of colourful makeup and a pair of stand out shoes to match. The Classic Leather Spirit comes in vibrant stand out colours or with make-up inspired brushstrokes for a cool creative look that’ll add a pop to any outfit. Which spirit is your vibe? Reebok has named the shoes after feelings and concepts:

Sharing – Lavender



Modesty – Peach


Philosophic – Mint


The Top 3 Winter Boot Styles For Women

Ladies, we’ve had a bit of topsy-turvy winter of snow and slush. Navigate city sidewalks and winter trails with our top 3 winter boot picks for women.

Ugg’s Adirondack boot is the ultimate in winter protection and luxury.  Known for their sheepskin construction, the upper is equipped with a waterproof leather with suede shaft.
The removable and replaceable sheepskin sock-liner naturally wicks away moisture. Waterproof but breathable eVent® bootie helps keep your feet dry.  The Exclusive Vibram® outsole uses a repeating lug pattern which maximizes surface contact and provides flexibility at the foot’s natural flex point.


Sorel’s classic Caribou’s upper is equipped with a waterproof nubuck leather upper with seam-sealed waterproof construction, so that it can handle up to -40°C while keep your feet warm.  The insulated removable 9 mm washable recycled felt inner boot with Sherpa Pile snow cuff makes it easy to keep your winter boots fresh.


Blundstone’s Winter classic boot can take on the cold with 200 gram Thinsulate, keeping you looking sleek, protect against wetness with waterproof leather, elastic and seams. It stays extra comfortable with genuine sheepskin footbeds.

Instance’s NBA Legends Sock Collection

The NBA basketball season is heating up, and InStance socks have Legendary players socks just in time for you to get into the spirit. Read up below on the history that InStance has compiled on some of the best players in the history of the sport.346-instace-mcgrady-nba-legends

Tracy McGrady was often alone. For much of his career, he carried his teams—and with little assistance. Straight out of high school, McGrady became an essential player thanks, in part, to his versatility. And while glory always eluded him in the postseason, his accomplishments warrant attention. McGrady made seven NBA All-Star appearances, and was named to the the All-NBA First Team twice, the All-NBA Second Team three times, and the All-NBA Third Team twice. While playing for Orlando, McGrady snagged the NBA scoring title twice. He also racked up memorable games that deserve to be more than footnotes—like scoring thirteen points in just over thirty seconds while playing for the Rockets in 2004 and racking up sixty-two points in a single game against the Wizards that same year. Thanks to Stance’s Tracy McGrady, you can give T-Mac the attention he’s always deserved.


Wilt Chamberlain dominated the NBA-and long after his last game, he still dominates the record books. Arguably one of the greatest players of all time, The Big Dipper won two NBA Championships, was the league’s MVP for four seasons, made thirteen All-Star appearances, and led the league in scoring for seven seasons and rebounds for eleven. In addition to being the only player to ever score 100 points in a game, Chamberlain has over seventy NBA records, including the most career rebounds and averaging over fifty points in a single season. Simply put, Wilt was unstoppable. Thanks to Stance’s Wilt Trading Card, you don’t need to stare at the stars for a glimpse of The Big Dipper.


Scotty Pippen’s career is almost mythical. As a walk-on at a little known school in Arkansas, he spent his college years off the radar. His impressive numbers, however, eventually snagged the attention of NBA scouts, leading to the start of a legendary career. Although Pippen spent time with the Rockets and Trail Blazers, his name is forever tied to the Chicago Bulls, whom he helped guide to six NBA Championships. His accolades also include serving as an NBA All-Star seven times, attaining the MVP Award for the 1994 All-Star game, being named to the NBA’s 50th Anniversary All-Time team, and earning two Olympic Gold Medals-including one with the fabled Dream Team in 1992. As a testament to his legacy, his jersey number, 33, is one of the few the Chicago Bulls have retired. There’s no shortage of reasons to pay homage to Pippen.

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For his entire career, Larry Bird was the face of the Boston Celtics. An exceptional shooter, Bird earned a reputation for posting big numbers and delivering clutch performances. Yet he also brought out the best in his teammates. Thanks to a relentless work ethic and an incredible hustle, he snagged no shortage of accolades. In addition to guiding the Celtics to three NBA Championships, he was voted the league’s MVP three times, named a Rookie of the Year, and a twelve-time NBA All-Star. Celebrate one of the greatest players of all time with Instance’s Larry Bird 2.

Getoutside in Style Democracy

Toronto website Style Democracy recently visited our store and wrote a review. We’re WAY flattered:

Located in the heart of Toronto’s Fashion District lays one of the most iconic and successful independent sneaker stores in Canada. For over 20 years, Getoutside has been offering Toronto shoppers the best selection of classic and trendy footwear. Originally known for one of the largest selections of Converse and Vans shoes, Getoutside is really much more than that.  The store has been a stalwart in the Queen West community for the past two decades and caters to Toronto’s hip and fashion forward, unintentionally becoming a cultural hub.

Over the years, dozens of Getoutside’s helpful and energetic staff have gone on to do great things for Toronto’s arts, marketing and entertainment industries. This is partly due to the intangible aura that is Getoutside. It’s something that is hard to explain in words and must be experienced. The aura around the store is due to a perfect blend of the location, cool and knowledgeable staff, a commitment to quality and a storied history.




Owned by Doug Malcolmson, Getoutside truly has everything a shoe lover could want. From the previously mentioned classics like Vans and Converse to high-end Frye Boots, to contemporary brands like Native Shoes, Getoutside’s product mix is probably the best in the city. The store, through Mr. Malcomson’s direction, has always had a knack for spotting under-the-radar footwear and making them popular. During Vans revival 10 years ago, one of the only places you get could classic era Vans was at Getoutside. Do you remember the boat shoe craze 5 years ago?  You better believe Getoutside had one of the biggest Sperry Topsiders Collections in the city.  When Hunter Boots were must-haves, Getoutside was first.

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Next time you decide to do some shopping in the Queen West area, take look in Getoutside. With knowledgeable staff and everything from top-brand sneakers, boots and sandals, Getoutside is a must visit for any footwear lover.

Top 3 Winter Boots for Kids

We bet your little ones have been waiting for the snow like crazy! As our warm winter was stretching out, we’re sure that your kid’s feet been growing as well. There’s no time for new winter boots like the present, with sales going on right now. Scroll below to check out our top 3 winter boots for kids:



Toddlers will be learning what it means to be Canadian weather wise, thanks to Sorel’s velcro closure system on their classic Snow Commander™ boot.  It’s the quickest and easiest rubber shell boot for little ones to wear in the winter. The poly-urethane backed synthetic textile upper boot has fleece lining with a -32°C temperature rating.



This pint-sized version of one of our most popular cold weather boot is full of technology to keep little feet cozy, which includes waterproof leather, suede and UGGpure™ wool lining.  The Ugg Butte II will help your kid stay warmer, move faster, and endure cold longer with a -20°C temperature rating.

When your kids are storming the snow hills or just walking around town, they’re going to need the Sorel Youth Yoot Pac Boot. Sorel’s seam-sealed waterproof construction so that they can keep dry. The boots come with a removable 9 mm washable recycled felt inner boot with Sherpa. Equipped with a -40°C temperature rating, these boots are a classic for a reason.



Contest Alert! Vans Hi Standard Series


Vans is kicking off 2016 with the return of the Vans Hi-Standard Series, an international contest series inviting snowboarders to showcase pure style in a thrilling jam format. Touring across the US, Canada, China, Korea and France, the Vans Hi-Standard Series will feature an original big air format where riders are judged by individual style only, with no rotations over 720 allowed.

Starting on January 16th at Mount St-Louis, Ontario Canada, riders will compete in a unique exhibition of style and creativity. The Hi-Standard Series will award over $60K in cash prizes and challenge riders to push their imaginations with innovative tricks.  The “Van Doren Rail Best Trick” offers cash on the spot for the most inventive maneuvers. Vans will also reward and name an MVP, a Most Improved Rider and a Worst Bail for each stop of the tour. With nothing beyond a 720 allowed, only the most creative competitors will be considered for the billing.

Additionally, Vans will present a House of Vans workshop, inviting spectators and family members to customize their own pair of Vans alongside an artist from each city. Fans and competitors can also expect to see familiar faces from the global Vans Snow team throughout the tour. Now is your chance to stand out—style is everything!

Official dates for the 2016 US Vans Hi-Standard Series


January 16 – Mount St. Louis, Ontario, Canada

January 23 – Le Relais, Quebec, Canada

January 30 – Phoenix Park, GW, Korea

January 30 – Mellow Parks, Beijing, China

February 6 – Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, United States

February 13 – Mountain Creek, New Jersey, United States

February 20 – Chamrousse, 38, France

February 20 – Norquay, Alberta, Canada

February 27 – Park City, Utah, United States

March 12 – Mt. Seymour, British Columbia, Canada

March 19 – Sierra-at-Tahoe, California, United States

June 20 – Mt. Hood, Oregon, United States

July 15 – Whistler, British Columbia, Canada