Burberry Drops "Vintage Check" High-Top Sneakers

Mixing antique yellow and military red.

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Shortly after images surfaced of Burberry‘s “Thomas Burberry” monogram, the luxury fashion house released its “Vintage Check” High-Top Sneakers. The canvas upper is coated in Burberry’s signature pattern as its sole unit is done in a bold military red. The aforementioned sole is also connected to a matching Burberry-branded midfoot strap. Lastly, black laces and embossed Burberry branding on the heel complete its overall look.

Burberry’s Vintage Check High-Top sneakers are currently available via Burberry.com for $650 USD. Burberry enthusiasts can also take a look at its archive silk shirt design.

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