Loewe fuses the relaxed construction of ballet pumps with the practical tropes of 1970s running shoes when crafting these tan trainers. They’re made in Italy with a leather and suede vamp and cream canvas side panels that are layered with white L patches, then rest on a textured rubber sole. Style them as a contemporary grounding to daily edits. Product number: COLOUR: Tan COMPOSITION: Canvas. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Italy Tan leather and suede vamp Cream canvas panels Elasticated sides White leather L panels Lace-up front White foam midsole Textured tan rubber sole
Ballet Runner Nylon And Leather Sneakers In Beige
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LOEWE BEIGE BALLET RUNNER SNEAKERS
Low-top panelled sneakers in tan suede and buffed calfskin and beige linen. Round toe. Lace-up closure in white. Logo embossed at tongue. Leather logo patch at sides. White leather heel tab. Leather lining. Foam rubber midsole in white. Treaded rubber outsole in tan. Supplier color: Sand/Caramel
'BALLET RUNNER' SNEAKERS
'Ballet Runner' Sneakers von Loewe. Merkmale: runde Kappe, Schnürung vorne und Zunge mit Logo-Prägung.
BALLET RUNNER NYLON AND LEATHER SNEAKERS
upper: fabric~lining: leather~trim: calf leather~sole: leather insole, rubber sole~round toe~lace-up~Made in Italy~designer colour name: Sand/Caramel
Loewe's linen Ballet Runners are energetic and very designer. You'll love the modern styling which will pair well with streetwear.
LOEWE BROWN BALLET RUNNER CONTRAST PANEL SNEAKERS
brown Ballet Runner contrast panel sneakers from Loewe.
Loewe is a Spanish luxury fashion house based in Madrid. Loewe began as a cooperative of leather artisans in the center of Madrid in 1846. German entrepreneur Enrique Loewe Roessberg consolidated the workshop under his name in 1872, creating one of the world’s original luxury houses. As Loewe evolved and expanded over the next century, a commitment to modernity emerged as a defining characteristic.