Look, if you still haven’t come around to the idea of the contemporary indigenous Indian steez, you need to up your game. Hiroki Nakamura‘s been upping his on a continuous trajectory of rad for years, which has this month culminated in the latest rendition of visvim‘s Maliseet Coyote-Folk. Hand-sewn leather antelope is placed on a natural crepe sole for superior comfort and a thoroughly organic feel. We can’t even stress how magic these are, for fear of being branded culturally insensitive. Offered in five colors, each pair features intricate leather detailing, with three metal buttons and original calico heel prints providing welcome embellishments. They’re available in Japan.
visvim Spring/Summer 2014 Maliseet Coyote Folk Shoe Is Indigenous Indian Chic
April 2nd 2014
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