Suicoke is one of the brands that is undoubtedly benefiting from the growing trend in the popularity of sandals, mules, and clogs. As it previously collaborated with Missoni and Carhartt WIP, the Japanese imprint has been actively focused on releasing a variety of joint projects. It has now selected independent artist Joshua Vides for a new team-up involving the BITA-V.
Vides is well-known for his distinctive black-and-white, sketch-inspired design language, and he brings just that to this footwear partnership. The sneakers’ toe boxes and collars, which are embellished in white with images of metatarsals and set against solid black neoprene backgrounds, are what gives them their charm. Suicoke banners can be seen on the straps, while Vides’ cone logo is stamped on the heel straps, displaying branding from both companies. Normally, the BITA-V has a split-toe design, but for this iteration, it has been abandoned in favor of somewhat thicker toothy midsoles.
On August 12, these will be made available through Suicoke for USD 235.
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