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  • 2750 OG in Black/White by Superga

    Superga

    2750 OG in Black/White by Superga

    $ 85.00 $ 59.50

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    Superga

    2750 OG in Black/White by Superga

    $ 85.00 $ 59.50

    A timeless aesthetic with an updated inner construction designed to offer a whole new level of comfort. The Superga 2750 OG draws inspiration from the authentic, understated allure of the heritage style that has shaped the history of the brand and the world of tennis apparel.

    Distinguished by a seven-hole lace-up closure and extra-high foxing, this style is updated with an ergonomic insole that provides natural arch support.

    Fabric: 100% Cotton

    Outsole: 100% Rubber 

    Sizing runs small -- we recommend a half size smaller -- a US 9 would be an 8.5 for Superga.

    About Superga:

    Superga® is one of the most prestigious brands in the history of Italian footwear all over the world and is aimed at those who wear casual and contemporary shoes, but with a touch of true history and almost a hundred years of culture and tradition. 

    Turin, Italy 1911. The Walter Martiny Rubber Industry was born, which was then called “Superga”. Walter Martiny, the founder, discovered the existence of a new technology, invented by Charles Goodyear: the vulcanization of natural rubber. He was the first person to bring the invention to Italy. 

    n 1925 - to satisfy the needs of his tennis player wife - the founder of Superga®, Walter Martiny, created one of the first sports shoes with vulcanized natural rubber soles.

    At that time, tennis players used canvas shoes with a rope sole: Martiny created a cast of that rope sole and reproduced it in natural rubber, which was non-slip and resistant. It is from the irregular texture of the rope that the characteristic “orange peel” sole was born: the same that we still see under the 2750: for everyone, the classic Supergas.

    The shoe is still one of the greatest examples of Italian design which gathered plenty of appreciation around the world. In almost 100 years of history, the iconic white canvas - with its countless possibilities of customization - has enabled dozens of artists and designers to express their creativity.

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  • 2750 OG Artifact Deadstock Wool Sneakers in Navy by Superga

    Superga

    2750 OG Artifact Deadstock Wool Sneakers in Navy by Superga

    $ 140.00 $ 98.00

    On sale

    A timeless aesthetic with an updated inner construction designed to offer a whole new level of comfort. The Superga 2750 OG draws inspiration from the authentic, understated allure of the heritage style that has shaped the history of the brand and the world of tennis apparel.

    Distinguished by a seven-hole lace-up closure and extra-high foxing, this style is updated with an ergonomic insole that provides natural arch support.

    Super luxe, high quality, and sustainable wool that gives a super chic look.

    Fabric: 100% Cotton

    Sole: 100% Rubber Upper

    Sizing runs small -- we recommend a half size smaller -- a US 9 would be an 8.5 for Superga.

    About Superga:

    Superga® is one of the most prestigious brands in the history of Italian footwear all over the world and is aimed at those who wear casual and contemporary shoes, but with a touch of true history and almost a hundred years of culture and tradition. 

    Turin, Italy 1911. The Walter Martiny Rubber Industry was born, which was then called “Superga”. Walter Martiny, the founder, discovered the existence of a new technology, invented by Charles Goodyear: the vulcanization of natural rubber. He was the first person to bring the invention to Italy. 

    n 1925 - to satisfy the needs of his tennis player wife - the founder of Superga®, Walter Martiny, created one of the first sports shoes with vulcanized natural rubber soles.

    At that time, tennis players used canvas shoes with a rope sole: Martiny created a cast of that rope sole and reproduced it in natural rubber, which was non-slip and resistant. It is from the irregular texture of the rope that the characteristic “orange peel” sole was born: the same that we still see under the 2750: for everyone, the classic Supergas.

    The shoe is still one of the greatest examples of Italian design which gathered plenty of appreciation around the world. In almost 100 years of history, the iconic white canvas - with its countless possibilities of customization - has enabled dozens of artists and designers to express their creativity. 

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  • Seachange Slip On in Gravel Grey by Seavees

    SeaVees

    Seachange Slip On in Gravel Grey by Seavees

    $ 98.00 $ 49.00

    On sale

     

    SeaChange is a new, responsible collection. They are made to be the most comfortable shoe in your closet. Every style is made with recycled materials — from lace to sole — and helps protect our blue planet.

    Thoughtfully made with quality materials: RWS-certified wool/recycled polyester upper, recycled cotton canvas lining and binding, recycled elastic gore, natural/recycled rubber outsole.

    The wool utilized in this style is certified to the Responsible Wool Standard.

    About SeaVees

    Born in 1964, SeaVees is the original way to go casual. With a groundbreaking advertising campaign throughout the 1960s, SeaVees pioneered the transformation of the sneaker from gym shoe to casual shoe. For any social affair, one could show up in SeaVees; a comfortable sneaker with the sophistication of a dressier shoe.

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