Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

One of the talked about releases from an independent line has finally dropped. Etnies Plus has landed at Over Kill in Berlin with a plethora of new designs. The collection includes two different collaborative efforts with Parisian artists Jonone as well as Parra from Amsterdam. Jonone is responsible for the brightly colored Rockwell models available in both men’s and women’s colorways. Conversely Parra put his talent to work on the Rocksteady model. Each sneaker model is released in very small quantities varying between 92 and 361 pairs worldwide. See more images after the jump.

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Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

One of the talked about releases from an independent line has finally dropped. Etnies Plus has landed at Over Kill in Berlin with a plethora of new designs. The collection includes two different collaborative efforts with Parisian artists Jonone as well as Parra from Amsterdam. Jonone is responsible for the brightly colored Rockwell models available in both men’s and women’s colorways. Conversely Parra put his talent to work on the Rocksteady model. Each sneaker model is released in very small quantities varying between 92 and 361 pairs worldwide.

See more images after the jump.

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

Etnies+ Spring / Summer 2007

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