This grey rendition of Balenciaga’s Triple S trainers balances Demna Gvasalia’s arresting aesthetic with the appeal of oversized silhouettes, originally launched on the runway in 2017. They’re crafted from smooth nubuck and technical mesh, set with black and white hiking-inspired laces, then embroidered with the shoe’s size at the toes in tribute to the house’s arresting play on branding and logos. Product number: COLOUR: Grey COMPOSITION: Nubuck and mesh. Grey nubuck toecap and side panels, black logo embroidery Black shoe size embroidery on grey leather toe cap White and black cotton laces Padded tongue, white rubberised ‘Triple S’ patch, black grosgrain pull tab Black textile lining and insole White, black, and sand textured-rubber stacked midsole Black and beige rubber sole, logo-debossed heel panel Strobel construction
Triple S Mesh, Nubuck And Leather Sneakers In 9787 Bgeblk
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TRIPLE S SNEAKERS
Balenciagas Triple S sneakers have been an icon of streetwear culture ever since their runway debut in 2017. Often imitated but never equalled, the silhouette is named after its triple-stacked sole - a statement foundation for the dynamic panelled upper that sees suede fused with athletic mesh inserts. Theyre not a product of the current chunky trend, but rather the shoes that started it all.
TRIPLE S MESH, NUBUCK AND LEATHER SNEAKERS
Just when we thought the cult 'Triple S' sneakers couldn't get any better, Balenciaga releases this cool, neutral-toned pair that works with dark tailoring and jeans alike. They're made from a combination of nubuck, leather and flexible mesh and set on unique layered soles separately moulded from running, basketball and track shoes. Shown here with Vetements T-shirt, Balenciaga jeans.
The House Of Balenciaga A fashion house founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga in 1918, this Spanish born designer was known for his unmatchable eye to detail in the art of couture making. His pieces showed uncompromising standards which led the designer Christian Dior to refer to Balenciaga as the "the master of us all". Trademarks of Balenciaga's where evident as he progressed. Odd, feminine, yet undoubtedly modern shapes where some of the many. Balenciaga was also known for starting his shows with a Little Black dress in the season's cut, but put to work his architecturally driven mind to derive an ultra modern form of what was once a traditional LBD, into a highly sought after "IT" piece.