Celebrity-approved sneakers

When it comes to sneakers, actor-director and self-avowed “sneakerhead” John Pratts prefers the classics—at least at the moment. 

John Pratts shares his love of sneakers through the hashtag #PrattyShoes. 
“I express my style with sneakers like now I’m more into classics, classic-looking sneakers,” shared Pratts, whose growing sneaker edit on Instagram (#PrattyShoes) features his favorite kicks. 

The former teenage heartthrob considers himself a sneaker-lover since his school days.

The hashtag started from Pratt’s love of footwear and his desire to share his passion with others. 

Through #PrattyShoes, he shares his buys almost every few weeks. “It feels so good kapag mayroon kang bagong (when you have new) shoes. Doon nagsimula ‘yung ‘PrattyShoes’ na hashtag (That was where the hashtag originated). 

National University courtside reporter Baileys Acot in Saucony Jazz.
One of his recent favorites is Saucony Jazz from the Saucony Originals, new iterations from the brand’s beloved silhouettes. 

Even National University court-side reporter Baileys Acot wears the new “retro” sneakers. 

Jazz Vintage is a celebration of Saucony’s rich history in retro running. It utilizes the original features of the brand’s most iconic silhouette, delivering a timeless style. It now comes in styles with red and blue accents. 

Also available is Jazz Original Vintage olive, which features a much muted color scheme. 

Model Geng Maderazo in Shadow Original Black Gold. 
Meanwhile, taekwondo artist Japoy Lizardo and model Geng Maderazo are looking sleek in Shadow Original Black Gold, a unisex style that features gold accents on black, for a touch of elegance. 

Topics: John Pratts , #PrattyShoes , Saucony Jazz , Baileys Acot , Shadow Original Black Gold , Geng Maderazo
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