As the summer season draws to a close, Amsterdam-based footwear label Filling Pieces prepare us for the colder months with their latest and final drop of the Fall/Winter 2015 season. After the past months' previous drops, the label is not holding back, with a total of 16 different styles dropping.

The collection's new colorways consist of the Steel Back, with contrasting leather and tanned nubuck wrapped around the Low Top silhouette; the timeless Basic style in black and white; Death Valley, which takes inspiration from the Nevada desert; the popular and more refined Neoprene 2.0 style with vulcanized rubber sole; the Velvet style, a luxury silhouette made from Spanish TAS velvet; and to round off the collection the Pony Woven Pattern, an old silhouette that has been brought back from the archives with a new woven pattern.

The complete collection is now available through retailers worldwide, as well as throughout the label's online store. See the collection above then check out Filling Pieces collaborative velcro sneaker with Daily Paper.

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