Bape x Regal Desert Boots

Here’s a preview of the forthcoming collaboration between Bape and 50 year old Japanese shoes

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Here’s a preview of the forthcoming collaboration between Bape and 50 year old Japanese shoes maker Regal. The pair has designed this desert boot as part of Bape’s Spring 2010 collection. The boot features a classic silhouette of that style and features subtle branding on the side-heel; with the ‘R’ logo on the right shoe, and a Bape head etched into the left. The shoe will be available in beige, brown or black with only Bapexclusive stores dropping a beige x brown pair. Price is set at 20,790 YEN.

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