Lacoste 75th Anniversary Stealth Pack

Lacoste has been continually celebrating its 75th anniversary with cool concepts and exclusive shoes, and now here comes another one. The Stealth Pack includes 5 different styles from the Lacoste family – Dot, Ardeur, Cabestan, Missouri, and Tennis 91. All the shoes come in black and white, and feature embossed original 1933 croc branding that’s exclusive to this pack. Hitting Lacoste retailers in July.

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Lacoste has been continually celebrating its 75th anniversary with cool concepts and exclusive shoes, and now here comes another one. The Stealth Pack includes 5 different styles from the Lacoste family – Dot, Ardeur, Cabestan, Missouri, and Tennis 91. All the shoes come in black and white, and feature embossed original 1933 croc branding that’s exclusive to this pack. Hitting Lacoste retailers in July.

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