“Run Faster and Jump Higher”. In 1933 BF Goodrich created the Posture Foundation (PF for short) insoles for comfort and support. In the 40s and 50s the shoes were becoming more than just a gym or baseball shoe, they were becoming fashionable to wear. By the 60s the PF was one of the most popular sneakers […]
Discotheques were huge in the 70’s! As were the afros and outfits. Interestingly the disco ball AKA mirror balls, AKA glitter balls were widely used in late 1920’s nightclubs, but for some reason everyone associates them as a product from the 70s. This groovy item is definitely a thing of the past.
This 70s retro game console was an instant classic among kids growing up in the 1970s and 1980s . The easy plug-and-play video game console made it very convenient to play for anyone with a TV. Classic games for the Atari include Pong, Aestroids, Centipede, & many more. Unfortunately the rise of other game consoles such as […]
The following is a list of the 5 longest running shoes models of all time. Brands include Nike, New Balance, Converse, and more. These shoes have gained a huge following and are being adopted generation after generation. Some may even argue that they will never be out of style, or discontinued.
If you’re gonna circulate air, you might as well do it in style. This classic metal designed fan is inspired by the original Vornado fan from 1945! Identical to the ones built in from the past. Great to showcase in an office desk or living room.
With cell phone usage increasing every year, less and less land lines are being used. Not only does a rotary telephone serve the purpose of communicating, it’s also just cool to look at. You gotta love the classic design, not to mention the retro french blue color.
This awesome modern rendition of the classic polaroid camera still has the nostalgic feel and function of the once popular cameras that were used in the 60s, 70s, and the 80s.