A Bathing Ape APE STA GRIDIRON

The APE STA GRIDIRON is among the first releases from A Bathing Ape’s 2011 fall/winter

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The APE STA GRIDIRON is among the first releases from A Bathing Ape‘s 2011 fall/winter collection. The footwear follows some similarities to well-established models but does enough to separate itself with a padded collar and a contrasting strip of rubber across the bottom of the upper. The GRIDIRON name is derived from the embroidered diving football player which is applied to the side. Available at BAPE STORES as of this month.

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