South Korean label Andersson Bell has delivered a tech-heavy footwear piece that embraces a minimal aesthetic. Packed with a bevy of intricate details, the White Runner Sneakers maintain a crisp color scheme, doused in a series of creamy ivory palettes and white accents alongside tiny hits of black and orange.
Starting at the top of the shoe, a leather “Andersson Bell” label is woven over the tongue, complemented by thin black drawcords under a set of rope laces. The drawcord system is geared by a round Rollkin dial at the heel, a winding mechanism that allows the wearer to adjust the fit of the shoe. A good majority of the uppers come in a rich ivory shade, contrasted by white mesh seen at the sidewalls and toe box. Subtle silver tones blend in with the lighter hues, showing up over the ripstop eyelets and near the toe cap. All of these details sit atop an articulated triple-toned midsole, equipped with a rubber Vibram outsole for added traction and durability.
Andersson Bell’s White Runner Sneakers are currently available at SSENSE’s website for $405 USD.
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