BAPE Set to Release a Pair of Classic 1ST CAMO BAPE STA Mids

A throwback from the streetwear imprint.

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Continuing its steady stream of releases, BAPE recently announced that it is gearing up to release the popular BAPE STA Mid shoe in its iconic 1ST CAMO colorway.

Available in both a green and yellow camouflage style, the multitone patterns highlight the simple paneled construction found on the Nike Air Force 1-inspired footwear option. The signature Star Swoosh done in white, along with the matching laces and solid sole unit serves to provide a bold contrast element on the shoe. A metal lace tag and a BAPE tongue tag stand as the subtle branding notes on the bold shoes.

Priced at $305 USD, the set of 1st Camo Bapesta Mids will release online and at select BAPE locations on July 14.

In case you missed it, BAPE’s football-themed Fall/Winter 2018 collection will help aid in World Cup withdrawal.

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