Fresh from their sough after collaboration at the start of the year classic running brand Brooks Heritage has teamed up with the Philadelphia sneaker giants UBIQ once again, this time on Brook's 90s Fushion shape.
A colour pallete of deep red with hues of rich cream across the toe box, tongue and heel are meant to envoke the age old art of wine-making. Constructed from fine materials the uppers are a combination of premium leather and nubuck suede paneling. Subtle details include dark navy accents on the side stripe and heel, waxed laces and a 3M reflective trim on the forefoot and heel completing the look. Collaborative cork branding adorns the shoe. The rich colourway is offset by a crisp white midsole, punctuated by an air bubble in the heel, which sits atop a functional black outsole.
These limited sneakers come in a custom printed box which resembles a wine barrel.
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