American sportswear staple K-Swiss has joined forces with A Bathing Ape offshoot project AAPE for a camo iteration of their most iconic silhouette — the Classic '66.
The sneaker has a storied history and was the first leather tennis shoe to be debuted at a major Grand Slam tournament. This revitalized version stays true to the design specifications of the OG model, and features five stripe branding, D-rings, unique three-piece toe design and original shield logo branding. What sets this '66 apart, however, is the unmistakable AAPE camouflage.
Get heads turning at your local tennis club when these drop December 15 at retailers such as END for $140.
In related news, BAPE has just released this insanely cozy fleece bomber jacket.
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