Shortly after its sell-out debut back in June, Tom Sachs revealed that his NikeCraft "General Purpose Shoe" collaboration would be released once again this summer. Sach's stated in a post that "the General Purpose Shoe is designed to be a perennial. It will be restocked and accessible again."
Making good on his promise, the artist recently took to Instagram to share a re-release date for his shoe designed for everyday life.
Expected to return in its debut "Light Cream/White/Light Bone" colorway, the Tom Sachs x NikeCraft "General Purpose Shoe" features a low-cut design marked by mesh and suede overlay uppers. Additional detailing comes in the form of bright blue pull tabs, "NIKE" debossed at the rear, Tom Sach’s marked tongue tags and printed insoles. Elevating the shoe are thick tan midsoles with contrasting waffle tread black rubber outsoles.
Tom Sach's noted that his design features a breathable knit, a microfiber collar, straps, and a three-piece molded cup sole, to "provide comfort, support, and a high degree of tactile sensation in a well-priced product."
Priced at $110 USD, the Tom Sachs x NikeCraft "General Purpose Shoe" is now set to re-release August 5.
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