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Shoes Feb 6, 2011

Mr. Bathing Ape Shoes by Regal

For the first time the Mr. Bathing Ape footwear produced by Regal for the brand, is available in Europe. Present has received the loafer and the Wingtip, both coming in black, one featuring the mustache branding and the other one … Read more
Stores Jan 4, 2011

Regal Shoe & Co. Concept Store Tokyo

Japanese shoemaker Regal opened a new concept store in Tokyo, going by the name of Shoe & Co. The retailer offers both their inline product, as well as collaborations with fellow Japanese brands Bedwin & The Heartbreakers and Phenomenon… Read more
Shoes Dec 7, 2010

Phenomenon x Regal Plane Toe Spring 2011

We just recently presented the first collaboration between Japanese fashion brand Phenomenon and shoe maker Regal for Fall/Winter 2010. Today we can already preview their upcoming Spring/Summer 2011 collaboration on the Plane Toe. Classic… Read more
Shoes Nov 14, 2010

Phenomenon x Regal Wingtip Shoes

As part of their Fall/Winter 2010 Collection, Japanese brand Phenomenon has worked with Regal on some leather wingtip shoes. The shoes come in a black and a black/white colorway, keeping it overall very classic. The outer sole gives the… Read more
Shoes Jul 23, 2010

BAPE® x Regal Saddle Shoes

A Bathing Ape continues their work with shoe maker Regal on an impressive set of Saddle Shoes. Though the lines aren’t anything near your typical saddle shoe – more like a low-cut Wally with a monk strap – these are … Read more
Shoes Jun 13, 2010

Bape x Regal Boat Shoes Summer 2010

After a first preview a couple of weeks ago, the Bape x Regal boat shoes have been released. Here we give you a more detailed look at the brown colorway of the shoe, which comes in overall 2 colorways. It … Read more
Shoes Apr 27, 2010

Bape x Regal Deck Shoes

After their recent collaboration on the Desert Boot, Bape has once again worked with Regal – this time on a Deck Shoe. It comes in overall 3 colorways and will be released this season. More news on this project soon. … Read more
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