Creative Recreation

Creative Recreation

Creative Recreation Keeps It Clean With The New Carda

As part of their latest collection of new sneaker models for the Holiday season, Creative Recreation introduces their clean new low-profile sneaker, the Carda. Taking...

By Zack Schlemmer October 13, 2016

A Look At Creative Recreation’s Spring 2016 Collection

NEWNESS. That’s the name of the game for Creative Recreation, who introduced a full lineup of new silhouettes this spring. The charge for the bold,...

By Sneaker News February 1, 2016

Creative Recreation Drops The Stylish Adonis Mid

Dropping the top on their popular Adonis silhouette, Creative Recreation presents the Adonis Mid this fall. With a premium blend of lux style and comfort,...

By Zack Schlemmer October 15, 2015

Creative Recreation’s Lux Approach To Lifestyle: The Adonis

Creativity matters. That’s the brand ethos of Creative Recreations, whose casual-meets-street-inspired-fashion sneaker aesthetic has been on the block since 2002. Keeping up with current sneaker...

By Zack Schlemmer June 9, 2015

Creative Recreation Presents “That’s My Creative Rec”

Lifestyle powerhouse Creative Recreation continues to bring in new followers via the social media fold, having already gotten the public involved with the design side...

By Brendan Dunne October 16, 2012

SpongeBob SquarePants x Bait x Creative Recreation

Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants has been so successful in its dozen-plus years on the air that we’re still waiting for another children’s series to top its...

By Aaron Hope August 2, 2012

Complex & Creative Recreation Present: “The Next Sneaker Design Star” Contest

How many of you spent your childhood days sketching out sneaker designs in your notebook and mailing them off to your favorite company with fingers...

By Brendan Dunne June 17, 2012

Creative Recreation ‘Wool Pack’

Wardrobe-wise it doesn’t get much more versatile than a clean pair of grey kicks. Recognizing this universal fact of footwear, indie brand Creative Recreation has...

By Brendan Dunne November 1, 2011