NEEDLES Reimagines its Asymmetric Ghillie Sneakers

White and black variations bearing purple butterfly branding.

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Nepenthes label, NEEDLES, best known for its expression of Americana style with Japanese textiles, has debuted a new take on its two-tone Asymmetric Ghillie Sneakers, now available in white and black colorways.

The white two-tone sneakers feature crisp white canvas uppers with beige suede panels on the laterals. A wide lacing system with flat woven laces run over the purple butterfly embroidered tongue, and additional NEEDLES notifs are found on the insole and midsole heel tab. Moving to the front, the toe boxes are subtly mismatched, with the left mudguard slightly extended inward. A chunky white sole unit below and purple textured bottoms complete the look. The black variation features the same minimalist design language with full black uppers and white contrast stitching.

The new NEEDLES Asymmetric Ghillie Sneakers are now available at HBX and at other select retailers.

In other footwear news, the Nike Air Force 1 Low receives a “Green Paisley” colorway.

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