The Eytys Angel Releases With a Speckled Brown Sole

A new addition to the brand’s FW18 lineup.

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Last month, Eytys collaborated a fictional beauty brand known as “Purple Velvet” on a special capsule. Now, the emerging brand returns with another footwear addition to its Fall/Winter 2018 lineup.

This time around, Eytys delivers an Angel trainer in a speckled brown sole. Available in a black colorway, the new Angel boasts suede in its construction, a signature Eytys branding-patch on the tongue, a “lace-up front,” purple heel tab and “brown rubber-waved midsoles and trek soles,” with a “white speckled effect” on the sole.

You can take a look at the new black Eytys Angel with a speckled brown sole above. The sneaker itself is available for sale at MATCHESFASHION.

For more, take a look at Eytys’ London flagship store.

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