Where the runway meets the street

Yeah, a bit novelty heavy. We would’ve passed ‘Shoes like Pottery‘ if they didn’t look so canvas-ey good. There’s not a great deal to these. The rubber soles are baked on in a kiln, they’re handmade in Kurume, Japan and stockist South Willard point out that the production process on the sole makes for a more flexible and durable shoe. The look is a raw, stripped back pair of Converse with a slightly more interesting texture to the fabric. Black, indigo and white – we’d be happy with whichever. Thanks to Ready for the House for the heads up.

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