Wallye WPS1 Sneakers ($149) were inspired by the iconic tennis shoes of the 1960’s. It’s designed to work in both casual and semi-formal contexts, with clean stitching, a traditional lace-up design, and a choice of white leather or black suede for material. Meanwhile, it’s engineered with reinforced metal eyelets, a chunky rubber sole, and a hydrophobic coating that repels water in order to keep the shoe dry and clean. Wallye has been working on this shoe for some time, and they believe that the end result is a pair of sneakers that are adaptable, easy to own, and enjoyable to wear.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest J.Crew continues their historic collaboration with New Balance and that’s good news for us. Their latest release is the New Balance X J.Crew 1400 “Fort Greene” Sneaker ($160). It’s obvious by simply looking at the shoe that it will soon be a classic. The 1400 silhouette was originally released in 1994, has […]