A monochromatic update for the Converse classic.
The shoes feature both recycled uppers and soles made out of reclaimed rubber.
The company has been making shoes at their family-owned factory since 1967.
Monochromatic and minimalist.
An artisan-crafted revamp of the classic American running shoe.
A shout out to all the small businesses out there.
For the uninitiated, the 1300JP is only available every five years.
The shoes use yarns made from recycled plastic water bottles, t-shirts, and yarn scraps.
The Type O-1 and Type O-2 styles are refreshed with new colors.
The shoe uses offcuts as its core design elements.
Classic court styling now comes with a vegan-friendly design.
The new version gets a Footscape-inspired design and Solarsoft cushioning.
The sneaker is designed from the ground up for quickly taking on and off.
FUTURECRAFT.LOOP enters phase 2.
Hand Wash Cold.
The new Gore-Tex models with be available in both High and Low silhouettes.
Drop 1 starts the season with their most serious boot to date and a collection of Lugged Runners.
A sophisticated Slip-On.
Part of the 996 Collaboration Project.
An essential resource for anyone who appreciates design or fashion.
These classics are made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic.