STREIM Introduces Its Debut Footwear Collection

Crafted in the same main factory as Prada and Golden Goose.

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STREIM, a new brand founded by the team behind luxury retailer SHOEBALOO, has debuted its first footwear collection.

STREIM is an acronym for “Simple, Timeless, Recognition, Exclusivity, Inclusive culture, and Manufacture,” representing the main pillars the label stands by. “We strive to create legacy-grade designs, distinctive enough to set us apart through details, uniform sufficient so that everyone can wear it, and affordable adequate to afford it,” STREIM explained in its Collection #01 brand book. “All footwear is made in Italy at the same main factory of Prada and Golden Goose,” adds lead designer Poyan Rahimzadeh.

For its debut, STREIM reveals three distinct silhouettes in a variety of colorways titled the Race Walker, Dash Runner, and Primo Basket Low. The Race Walker is the brand’s first running shoe featuring a fabric base, suede and Italian leather overlays, accent stitching across the laterals, and a split sole unit.

The Dash Runner is a tri-tone interpretation of the waffle sneaker arriving in a similar design language with an extended heel section and triangular grip bottoms. The Primo Basket Low rounds out the offerings with a smooth leather base, perforated toe cap, durable used grained leather overlays, rubber pull tab, and rounded outsole grips that extend upwards onto the midsoles.

The Streim Race Walker and Dash Runner are now being sold exclusively on the Shoebaloo website for €225 and €195 EUR respectively (approximately $252 and $218 USD), and the Primo Basket Low is set to arrive in the coming weeks.

Elsewhere in footwear, take a first look at the Gucci x adidas Gazelle sneakers.

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