Following the success of its special French-made edition of the Arthur Ashe silhouette last year, Le Coq Sportif has decided to produce more sneakers in its home country, and this R800 is the latest of the brand's products to get a French touch.

Designed in LCS' Parisian offices and developed in Cholet in workshops owned by Cléon (a company renowned for its savoir-fair and intricate approach to materials), the MiF R800 is tricked out in a white and creamy brown full-grain leather upper. The cappuccino-hued brown also appears on the outsole and inside of the sneaker, giving it a classy, understated finish.

Limited to 348 pairs, the sneaker arrives in a wooden case that includes a shoetree, polish and brush. The drop is scheduled for January 30 at selected global retailers and will come in at a cool $270.

Check out this video we made of Le Coq Sportif's Made in France program below.

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