BAPE Preps for Summer With Embroidered Tiger Slip On

Comfortable summer stunting.

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BAPE introduces more summer-ready graphic goods in the form of graphic slip-on sneakers. Dubbed the “Tiger Slip On,” both the black and olive pairs offer a clean white midsole and elastic insert to ensure a comfortable fit. BAPE’s favored Tiger detailing is embroidered on the toe, with “A BATHING APE” stitched onto the medial side in white, distinguishing the shoes from ordinary slip-on sneakers.

Look for the kicks to release on March 17 via BAPE’s U.S. web store and American outposts for $199 USD. Elsewhere, the brand is introducing camo-covered accessories ranging from table tennis gear to home goods to a Japanese fan and sandal set.

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