Aimé Leon Dore Dips Its Q14 Sneaker in Burgundy Suede

The AF1’s richer cousin.

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New York City-based label Aimé Leon Dore debuted its first footwear model, the Q14, back in October last year. The sneaker’s classic ’80s low-top silhouette reflects exactly what Aimé Leon Dore is famous for: simple and powerful design. This time, the minimalist basketball silhouette gets dressed in rich burgundy suede for the spring season. The luxurious suede upper features a deep burgundy leather throat, matching laces, gold eyestays and a branded white leather heel tab. Full leather linings thick white soles round out the high-quality pair, which comes with a custom set of shoe trees and dust bag. The Q14 burgundy suede will hit Aimé Leon Dore’s NYC flagship store and webshop soon, for a retail price of $255 USD.

In case you missed it, here’s Aimé Leon Dore’s sleek 2017 Spring/Summer collection.

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