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Mercer has unveiled its Racer Lux Alcantara, which stands out from the rest of Mercer’s footwear offerings due to the materials used to craft it. Alcantara is a completely vegan, synthetic material that is used to on the interiors of high-end car brands such as Porsche, Lamborghini, and Ferrari.

Alcantara can also be used as a more sustainable alternative to suede, which is what Amsterdam-based Mercer has done here. The Mercer Racer Lux Alcantara arrives in three tonal colorways: triple black, black and white, and white and grey.

In addition to the Alcantara upper, the sneakers boast a distinct ’70s-inspired design, albeit with a slightly bulkier shape. Additionally, the Vibram sole unit guarantees a comfortable and stable ride.

Check out the sneaker above and head to Mercer’s site for more information.

The Mercer Racer Lux Alcantara is available to shop now via the link below.

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