SneakerEver since sneakers were brought to the masses in the early 1900s, they’ve been a staple of the footwear industry. Not only did these rubber-bound shoes provide a comfortable, capable means of traversal for the common citizen, but they began to take on a life of their own as a fashionable accessory that could complement, and sometimes, complete, an outfit. Soon, manufacturers realized that the sneaker was more than a piece of everyday footwear — it was a stylish centerpiece that would define mankind’s approach toward discernable culture.
BoxBOX , our cupsoles are made in the traditional way. The upper is lasted to a soft insole, the cupsole is then secured by stitching around the top of the rim to the upper. This produces a comfortable, practical shoe with a more refined look.
Calf SuedeSuede leather is the soft, fibrous underside of a cow’s hide
TR rubberTR is a thermoplastic material, recyclable, as light as it is durable.
Take careUse a soft brush to remove any dirt
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