This unique iteration is covered in its titular hue from the top to the mid-foot. The indigo dye that’s utilized here is cultivated and harvested by BUAISOU — a group that specializes in indigo-crafting that’s based in Japan’s Tokushima Prefecture. Due to the fact that the indigo dyeing process is done entirely by hand, no two pairs will bear the same shadings or patterns. In addition the its dark blue exterior, there are cross-like shapes that are embroidered into its upper layer. The pair shown above shows them off atop the throat, mid-foot and heels. White paint drops off on the ISPA-branded tongue and heel tabs, and the outsoles and deteriorating midsole molds are dyed with a plum-like tone.
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