Japanese label nonnative have teamed up with fabric aficionados Liberty on a new low top sneaker which employs the interesting use of GORE-TEX. In a redesign of nonnative’s popular Dweller shoe, the sneaker has a thick canvas upper and rubber sole but utilizes an under-layer of GORE-TEX beneath the distinctive blue and white Liberty flower pattern – resulting in an added layer of waterproofing and breathability. Made in Japan, the sneakers can be found at oki-ni, although you may gawp at the price – £325 GBP (approximately $525 USD).
nonnative x Liberty Print GORE-TEX Trainer
April 26th 2012