Guillermo Andrade‘s Fairfax imprint 424 has dropped two high-top sneakers that have been hand-dipped in tonal rubber. The black and white pairs follow on from April’s release of its 42Force sneakers, which sported a similar dipped aesthetic.
The dipped look encompasses the entire sole unit, dripping off the bottom of the sole for a finish that will be unique to each pair made. The rubber wraps around the shoe’s minimalist profile, traveling up to the toe box, perforated vamp and all around the shoe, covering the mid-panel and rising at the rear to provide a rubberized heel cap.
Both pairs are completely tonal as they are finished with matching laces and debossed branding, which can be seen on the tongue. The shoes, which were crafted in Italy, feature a large velcro strap around the collar as a nod to OG high-top sneakers.
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