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Spice Girls x Buffalo London Platforms Put Dad Sneakers to Shame

The Spice Girls wore Buffalo London platform sneakers back in the day, and now they are back in updated, extra chunky designs.

If you want to be cozy and tall then these Buffalo London platform sneakers that the Spice Girls used to wear are the best option. (This was during the 90’s aka the best decade in history.)

The brand announced their official relaunch via Instagram. The super chunky designs are available in camel, black and white. They retail for about $250, and are mysteriously absent from Ebay.

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Alexandra Preusche, Global Marketing Director of Buffalo London, sat down for a recent interview in Paper Magazine.  “Buffalo London was a premiere classic brand in that era, and with market demand at an all time high globally, re-introducing our limited iconic platform sneakers in this moment feels right,” he remarked.

Buffalo London was founded in 1979 and were one of the first street wear brands. They released their original platform sneakers in 1995, which became a favorite of the Spice Girls.

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Buffalo London Classic Sneakers in Black 

The limited edition Buffalo London Classic Platform Sneakers will drop once per month at select retailers worldwide. Visit the official Buffalo London website for more information.

Buffalo London Classic Sneakers and Buffalo London Classic Platform Sneakers are available now from Hypebeast and Luisviaroma. Visit the stores to learn more.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.