Anarkyzt spotted at Pop Culture
I first learn about the brand in my social media account as they were trying to promote their brand and it really made me interested and what also made me curious is that when I found out that they were based here in the Philippines and seeing homegrown brands do their work to penetrate a big market like the sneaker market for example makes me feel good, as it shows that when you do hard work, you will be recognized sooner or later. Last week, my girlfriend told me that Anarkyzt has a small store space in Trinoma and we decided to check them out. We made a video to feature the shop and their shoes which you can check out below. After the video, you may want to check more details as well as images with regards to each model. If you want to learn more about their products, you can check their social media accounts, you can click on these links <Anarkyzt Instagram> and <Anarkyzt Facebook>.
Anda: The Anda is made up of a combination of leather and nylon mesh on the upper. The mesh part can be seen on the medial and lateral side of the shoe which adds some comfort and makes it breathable. Available in 2 colors, the Anda retails for Php 2,290.
Komet: The Komet is a retro inspired kicks with a rubber outsole that allows the foot to move fluidly. I must say that it is really inspired by a running shoe just by looking at the silhouette alone with materials made up of nylon and suede. The shoe retails for Php 2,290.
Malmo: The Malmo is made up of canvas upper with vulcanized rubber outsole. The shoe itself looks durable because of the materials and I hope they hold up long since this could be a choice for people who are always on the go where the environment isn't always pleasant. It retails for Php 1,990.
Vav: For some reason, my eyes fixated on this model. Maybe because of the collar lining whose material reminds me of a towel. Along with the white canvas upper, the colored ankle collar made it pop. A subtle approach if you ask me, but it did caught my attention. The Vav retails for Php 1,990.
Asterisk: Taking a step back from the casual look, the Asterisk has more of a fashion edge than the rest of the line. Leather upper with a neoprene-like booty construction. The rubber outsole is similar to the Komet which allows a more fluid heel-toe transition. The Asterisk retails for Php 2,490.
Visby: Finally, the Visby is made up of a mesh upper throughout the shoe making it breathable and lightweight. While its simple construction might be bland for some, you can't deny that these looks fresh especially during summer time and also very easy to clean. The Visby retails for Php 1,990.