Inspired by the works of renowned Victorian architect Aston Webb, the silhouette boasts a meticulously constructed geometric cage framing the shoe’s canvas uppers. Starting at the top of the sneaker is a wide belt strap covering the upper regions of the tongue, followed by another just above the throatline. Both straps come in thick leather, complemented by subtle “BURBERRY” embossment on the belt buckle. The rest of the body is equipped with a rubber cage, starting from the heel and wrapping around the midsole’s front bumper. Other details like the glossy rubber toecap and “BURBERRY” branding at the heel round up the Victorian architecture-inspired design.
Burberry’s Leather Webb sneakers are currently available at the label’s website, ranging from $790 – $860 USD.
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