Lacoste Missouri

After the success of the Sneaker Freaker x Lacoste Missouri 85 heritage shoe, Lacoste has decided to produce more colorways of this shoe in both men and ladies. This classic Lacoste sneaker is nice and simple and they have used a variety of colorways both basic and loud to give more choices for consumers to choose from. Image: Crooked Tongues

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Lacoste Missouri

After the success of the Sneaker Freaker x Lacoste Missouri 85 heritage shoe, Lacoste has decided to produce more colorways of this shoe in both men and ladies. This classic Lacoste sneaker is nice and simple and they have used a variety of colorways both basic and loud to give more choices for consumers

to choose from.

Image: Crooked Tongues

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