The overdyed sneakers feature an upper made from bright alternating colors on different segments of canvas, defined on the upper thanks to crisp white topstitching. One offering adopts an “Orange/Teal/Purple/Burgundy” colorway, while another goes even brighter with a palette consisting of “Orange/Purple/Gold” canvas.
In contrast to these two pairs, Maison Mihara Yasuhiro presents another OG Sole Canvas Low sneaker in a printed canvas look. This offering features randomly placed printed patches of black ink over beige canvas, which gives the shoe a cow print-like aesthetic.
All three pairs sit on top of a handmade Maison Mihara Yasuhiro original sole, which looks like melted rubber. They also have a cushioned insole that’s printed with the imprint’s signature “Wearing Instructions,” and a tongue that sports the MMY tag.
Take a look at all three Maison Mihara Yasuhiro OG Sole Canvas Low sneakers in the gallery above. Pairs can be bought on HBX, with prices ranging from $360 USD to $385 USD depending on the fabric used.
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