DELUXE Gives the SUICOKE DEPA V2 a Sleek Makeover

An all-Japanese collaboration.

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With countless of brands releasing open-toe footwear options for the warmer months, it has become increasingly tough to find models that really stand out in terms of design and construction. One brand with a consistent track record of releasing effortlessly stylish sandals is SUICOKE who is arguably best known for its DEPA V2 model. Following collaborations with the likes of TOGA, the footwear specialists have teamed up with fellow Japanese brand DELUXE for more toned-down variation of the popular silhouette. Rendered in a two-tone color scheme of grey and black, the model features form-fitting neoprene straps for a comfortable fit while durability is ensured with the Vibram sole. From an aesthetic standpoint, touches of red provide a welcomed contrast to the overall sleek design. Finished off with dual-branded patches, pick up a pair for ¥17,500 JPY (approximately $160 USD) at Deluxe and Bridge Tokyo now.

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