Bleu de Paname Turns 10 and Celebrates with an Indigo-Soaked Sneaker
Bleu De Paname just turned 10 years old, so they made a sneaker with CLAE because why not. So, you fade your jeans and maybe you fade your jacket and shirt, maybe you even fade your headwear, but how often do you get the opportunity to fade ya footwear? The limited-edition CLAE x Bleu De Paname Edwin sneakers let you do just that.
The partnership features CLAE’s sophisticated Edwin runner taken to the next level. They use BDP’s proprietary materials including moleskin, suede, leather, and denim making these the epitome of ‘French workwear but make it a sneaker’. Finished off with a beefy Vibram sole and ripstop nylon and fleece accents, these sneaks are technical but classical enough to easily slide into most modern wardrobes. And just when you thought there were no more subtleties to be enjoyed, these sneakers features a detail just for the wearer; the insoles feature maps of LA and Paris, a hidden nod to the two companies’ respective headquarters.
Available for $190 at CLAE.