nonnative has weatherized its Dweller Trainer with hi-tech materials to keep your toes dry during rainy days. The ankle hugging silhouette debuted a little over a year ago and is produced by SPRINGLE COMPANY, one of Japan’s last manufacturers that still have the machinery to make vulcanized soles. This release comes with four military-inspired colorways that have been equipped with both Cordura and GORE-TEX fabrics.
Most of the shoe’s uppers are made up of a sleek cotton-nylon Cordura ripstop blend, offering optimal durability and abrasion resistance. The materials have been reinforced with a batted weave to lessen wear-and-tear, while the interior walls boast breathable, waterproof GORE-TEX 2L lining. Each shoe comes with flat laces, metal eyelets, a woven backstay and a thick, high-cushioned Japan-made vulcanized midsole, rounding up the details of the understated sneaker.
nonnative’s Dweller Trainers are currently available on COVERCHORD’s website for $304 USD.
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