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And just like that, KITH's deliciously braided Birkenstocks are back.

KITH's leading man, Ronnie Fieg, first shared a teaser of his Birkenstock London Braided collaboration in early July, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the creation process informing KITH's latest and greatest Birkenstock collaboration.

In the photos, we caught glimpses of an unreleased greyish-white suede colorway, finished with those familiar intertwining accents and the co-branding hits on the shoe's metal buckles.

They're so good that KITH had to bring its beautiful Birkenstock shoes back for summer 2024.

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KITH's braided Birkenstock London shoes first released for Fall/Winter 2023, arriving as three clean closed-toe clogs wrapped in woven goodness.

One pair even included a furry interior, packing in some extra warmth and style for your cold-season drip.

KITH and Birkenstock's $325 London clogs sold out quickly during their launch and now fetch up to $1,000 on the secondhand market nowadays (no surprises here in terms of demand, a little surprise in terms of resale price).

It's safe to say that the next release will be met with the same level of anticipation and excitement so don't sleep.

It was initially uncertain if KITH was actually going to surprise us with another set of three Birkenstock London clogs or if the new designs were one-offs, friends and family — that sort of thing.

But if we know anything about Fieg's always-on streetwear label, it's that KITH is known for its generous drops.

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As such, KITH is dropping its Birkenstock London Braided one more time, now dishing the sleek shoe in two crisp, pale colorways on July 12 via its website and stores.

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It's a look so good, it makes you wonder why Birkenstock hasn't released its own in-line spin on the London Braided style, despite all its other recent innovations.

We only want more braided Birkenstock goodness, please!

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