BAPE Now Details Its BAPESTA Low With the Iconic Shark Motif

The hits just keep on coming.

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BAPE’s previously teased BAPESTA Mid will get a partner in crime thanks to its latest preview. The Japanese imprint will soon release its Low iteration of the classic BAPESTA silhouette, again hosting similar Shark detailing on its Mid model. Its shark detailing will be found behind a translucent outsole which is encased within its thick midsole. An assortment of color options will soon be available in navy, grey, black, white, red and olive coloring along its uppers, while each medial and lateral branding will complement its coloring in white, while the white pairs sees the opposite.

As of yet, there’s no official release date as to when we should expect these to release. Stay tuned as we’ll keep you updated with release developments upon availability.

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