John Elliott and SUICOKE Drop More Sherpa-Lined ZAVO Loafers in Time for Winter

More cozy go-to’s for your WFH rotation.

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Much of the world is being forced to spend more time indoors due to the global pandemic, and as a result, folks at home have resorted to rocking their coziest apparel or footwear all day long. And with the cold winter days slowly starting to trickle in, John Elliott and SUICOKE have tapped each other to provide us with more at-home-friendly footwear offerings to slip on this season.

Building off of the success from their last Autumn/Winter 2019 collaboration of ZAVO loafers, the partners are bringing back the sherpa-infused sandals to the market in two styles. The first take is simply a reissue of the beige iteration that launched last fall, while the newest monochromatic installment is manufactured in a brighter-toned “Ivory” hue. Branding is kept extremely minimal, and is only present through the “SUICOKE” label affixed towards the lateral regions of the mid-foot strap, making for a comfy-yet-versatile selection to rock with all of your quarantine outfits.

Peep a further look at each piece right here, and expect to find these available soon on the John Elliot webstore for an MSRP of $298.

For other breaking news regarding footwear collaborations, the J Balvin x Air Jordan 1 High release date has been unveiled.

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