What is it?
Yes, once again, it's another pair of limited edition Nike trainers that are only available in London.  But we still like them. Please welcome the Air Zoom All Court Premium.

We like:
After last week's controversial Puma x Size? Collab, (Which, for the record, we genuinely liked) we're back on safe ground with a classic from the Nike archives, the Nike All Court. Originally introduced in 1975 the shape has been updated by Hiroshi Fujiwara (Japanese design legend credited with inventing the craze for limited editions and mentoring A Bathing Ape founder Nigo) And yes, we did have to Google him to find out who he was. Still, we know now, and thankfully he hasn't messed around with them too much either.

We don't like:
Having to travel to London to buy them.

More:
The Nike All Court are available from Saturday 11th of September at the Nike 1948 store in East London, Selfridges and Dover Street Market (Top end London shop, not actually a market) for the very reasonable price of £60. However, if you want the moc croc or distressed leather versions (The two on the outside in the main picture) you'll have to go to 1948. Check out www.nikesportswear.com/1948 for more details.

Even more:
Nike, Adidas, Hi Tech Silver Shadow, we've got 'em all in the FHM Shop. Look!