French footwear label ZESPÁ has lunched its new “Zspecial” project, beginning with a retro-inspired running silhouette in a summery colorway. The new releases focuses on the brand’s ZSP6 sneaker, which has been given a 1970s-inspired rework, while its colorway and details pay tribute to ZESPÁ’s home on the Mediterranean coastline.
The hand-made sneaker is constructed from premium leathers and suede, which have then been finished in a bright yellow and blue colorway. Rounding off the upper is gold branding on the tongue and footbed, while an ultra-light sole unit guarantees comfort for the wearer.
Take a look at the ZSP6 from ZESPÁ’s new “Zspecial” project. The ’70s-inspired sneaker will release via ZESPÁ web store on November 17.
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