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Spalwart sticks to century-old machinery to construct its luxurious Court Low sneakers

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Sweden's Spalwart doesn't care much for computers when it comes to crafting its luxurious line of sneakers. Their shoes are made in a plant using original molds and machinery that have been long forgotten since the 1950s only to be rediscovered and brought back to life. The end result is sneakers like the new Court Low (above) that rival anything on the market yet has its own unique character that can only be accomplished using their process. The sneakers feature a mix of Nappa and calfskin leather atop a thick leather sole, all of which combines in a look that will never go out of fashion. 


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