Common Ace are making sneakerhead culture accessible
If you’re into inclusivity, female empowerment, innovative tech, and, obviously the rarest and best of sneakers, you won’t wanna miss our full interview with the founders of Common Ace here.
"Sneaker culture is community and creativity, and building those two together. Generating a ripple effect for women worldwide to be a part of it", said Romy in the part #1 of our chat.
The duo Romy Samuel and Sophia Chang founded their platform a one stop shop to find their fave products from all the most popular designers and the current styles.
Obviously, we had to ask them about their all-time favorite kicks, so scroll down and check ‘em out.
"I think they're such a special shoe, I feel like it's the shoe of the year 3025. It's like they'll never be outdated, they'll always be these super-futuristic special shoes, there’s nothing like them." Romy
New Balance Aimé Leon Doré
With striking primary colors against sleek white on a classic silhouette originally introduced in 1999, this would be an obvious pick from our closet too.
Another futuristic looking pair, the Nike Zoom Series is made with some of their most cutting edge technology to help runners hit top speed ― or just to help you look fly for your daily routine.
Adidas Boston Super
Shoes with a story deserve mention: one of Romy's faves is this pair descended from Adidas's original Boston Super style, which were released in the mid 80s to take on the world-famous Boston Marathon route.
Air Force One Uptown
You can't go wrong with a classic, especially if you're a born and bred New Yorker like Sophia, who says these timeless Air Force Ones hold a special place in her heart.
"Those are my main shoes, just cause they're so city-friendly, they can go with every outfit, in any season, quite honestly. I've definitely worn Timberlands in the summertime as well to go out. It's just very deeply ingrained as my favorites and staples." Sophia
To find your next staple you can check out their platform, and keep the closet inspiration going with more sneakers content here.