3 Questions, 3 Answers – Klaus Riebeth

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Sneakerness asked some sneakerheads and influencers from around the globe three questions.

We talked to Klaus Riebeth from The Good Will Out.

How did you get into sneakers?
It probably all started way back when I was a kid in the early 90s. I saw an Adidas Marathon TR on feet of a classmate – its black and grey colorway with pink details and its aggressive Trefoil-outsole were totally stunning for me. From that moment on, I was quite selective with my footwear.

When did you know you were hooked?
There wasn’t that single specific moment. At one point, I obviously realised that I had more pairs than other people and that I spend more money on single pairs than some other people would.

Which sneaker do you think should make a comeback?
I think Nike is doing a good job this year with some of their retros of the late 90s stuff. Personally, I would like to see a nice retro of the Nike Air Max Light 2, the Nike Windrunner, the Saucony Intl Control and some of the not-so-well-known three-digit adidas ZX’.