14 Scandinavian Clothing Brands You Need to Know Editors’ Recommendations Yes, You Can Wear Boots to the Office: Here are the Best Pairs Why Your Desk Chair Matters and the 9 Best Ones to Boost Your Productivity When K-Swiss was founded in 1966, it was all about using lessons learned from skiing to create a tennis shoe. Both sports needed footwear that was comfortable and supportive, but in particular was able to keep up with quick, repeated side-to-side motion without falling apart or slipping over. The result was the K-Swiss Classic, a sneaker that’s still worn today, but the Arlington is a little bit different.The Arlington is still built around supportive, durable side support with a vulcanized outsole, but the Arlington Welt is a slightly different take on the sneaker. For that effort, K-Swiss worked with Billy Reid, a Southern designer whose styles reflect the natural inspiration of his home, with unique twists that modernize the classic looks.His version of the Arlington Welt takes the more natural look even further with earth tone browns and sand colors that adorn a normally white or grey shoe. The collaboration reflects Reid’s dedicated to authenticity and quality while still finding inspiration in a classic look.It’s not just the Arlington Welt either, as Reid and K-Swiss have taken the designer’s favorite silhouette and turned it into a high-top as well, the Arlington Welt Hi. The look on these is inspired by the same natural colors and materials found on the low-top version.Whichever way you decide, it’s hard to go wrong with a pair of K-Swiss sneakers. These in particular are a bit more fitting for a casual office or a night out than some of the more athletic minded shoes in the K-Swiss lineup might be, largely thanks to Reid’s inspiration. They’re available now directly from K-Swiss, but don’t kick your feet, they may not last long. The Burger Show’s Alvin Cailan Shares His Burger-Making Secrets 15 Best Subscription Boxes for Men Who Love Gifts
NORMAN, OK – SEPTEMBER 10 : An Oklahoma Sooners RUF/NEK waves a flag after a touchdown against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks September 10, 2016 at Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners defeated the Warhawks 59-17. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images) *** local caption ***It’s Bedlam. Oklahoma and Oklahoma State meet once again as both teams looks to stay relevant in the Big 12 race.Of course, the Sooners have an easier road to the Big 12 title and will likely face West Virginia twice in two weeks as the two battle it out for conference supremacy. However, that won’t stop the cowboys from playing spoiler this afternoon.After an early Oklahoma touchdown, the Sooners’ cheerleaders took the field for a celebration that almost went horribly wrong.In the video below one Oklahoma cheerleader is dangling from the carriage as he waves the Oklahoma flag.Check it out.HOLD ON! HOLD ON! ? pic.twitter.com/MYN1QYmyUr— ESPN (@espn) November 10, 2018Luckily, no one was harmed during the celebration.As for the play on the field, it’s crazy. The two teams have combined for 45 point and there’s still over 10 minutes remaining in the first half.Last year’s game gave us one of the highest-scoring games of the college football season and this looks to be in the same category.Stay tuned.