A classic white sneaker with a classic House check pattern. You can't beat a classic. Crafted from optic white calf leather with the iconic House Check panels to each side, these sneakers from Burberry keep things simple but still a little bit different. Put your best foot forward towards the checkout. Featuring a round toe, a lace-up front fastening, branded heel counter and a flat rubber sole.
White Salmond Vintage Check Panel Sneakers
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SALMOND CHECK-PANEL LEATHER TRAINERS
Burberry - Burberry fuses athleisure and heritage codes for these white Salmond trainers, which are patterned with the house's hallmark beige check in a cotton-twill inset at the side. They're crafted in Italy from smooth leather punctuated with a logo plaque across the heel and set on a rubber sole. The streamlined shape and classic pattern will lend a polished slant to everyday looks.
HOUSE CHECK LEATHER-TRIMMED SNEAKERS
upper: leather, fabric~lining: leather~sole: leather insole, rubber sole~round toe~lace-up~Made in Italy~designer colour name: House Check/Optic White
WHITE SALMOND VINTAGE CHECK PANEL SNEAKERS
A1462 OPTIC WHITE Synthetic->Polyurethane white Salmond Vintage Check panel sneakers from Burberry.
CHECK DETAIL LEATHER SNEAKERS
An immediately recognisable trademark of the iconic British brand, the Burberry house check originally appeared in the lining of its famous trench coats. From their classic camel checked scarves to the tartan reverse side of a collar, the signature pattern is an unmistakable design code of the heritage fashion house.
SALMOND CHECK LOW TOP SNEAKER
Checked cotton gabardine-which Thomas Burberry invented in 1879-brings heritage appeal to this leather low-top branded with raised logo letters at the heel. Style Name: Burberry Salmond Check Low Top Sneaker (Women). Style Number: 6013249. Available in stores.
In 1856, tailor's apprentice Thomas Burberry founded the British firm Burberry with a collection of outerwear. The house's most famous creation, the trench coat, was created for soldiers fighting in the WWI trenches. Fast forward 150 years, and today the brand is known for classically chic ready-to-wear, fragrances, timepieces, children's clothes, and more in addition to timeless trench coats. Its iconic check pattern is recognizable around the world as a mark of luxury.