In 1963 Puma dropped this sig shoe for one of Germany’s all time sprinting greats, Heinrich Futterer. Heinz was wearing Puma’s for several years before this 1963 release and like many sig shoes from back in the day the stand out design feature was the athletes signature on the rear of the shoe. Take a trip back to the 1960′s above!
So you collect Chuck T’s but haven’t checked out the ultimate buyers guide video yet? Shame. Would you know how to spot a 1960′s Chuck T? Could you tell the difference between an 80′s release Chuck and a early 2000′s Chuck? Which one of them is the better buy? If you couldn’t answer even one of those questions make sure and check out the Ultimate Converse All Star Chuck Taylor Made In The U.S.A. Buyers Video below!
Photo’s Via Globalgaragesale
The Beatles are quite possibly the greatest band of all time so its no wonder that their Wing Ding sneakers are highly sought after by both shoe heads and Beatle fans alike. Prices for large sizes in good condition can fetch in the 500-1000 dollar range and sometimes more. Take a trip back to 1964 above!