CamperLab Conjures Colorful Statement Shoes for FW22

Featuring the new Tossu and Venga silhouettes.

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CamperLab is back with another colorful collection of statement shoes for the Fall/Winter 2022 season.

From loafers to tactical sneakers, the latest offering from creative director Achilles Ion Gabriel builds on the brand’s Mallorcan heritage. Specifically, a key focus is merging vibrant fabrications and design details with timeless styles. Leading the charge are the new Tossu and Venga silhouettes. Crafted from recycled materials in Spain, the Tossu is a chunky style inspired by 90s sneakers. Key details of the shoe include its 3D knitted sock and outer cage-like structure appearing in combinations of maroon/azure blue and beige/camel/olive alongside staple black and white.

Next up is the cowboy-inspired Venga boot with an oversized construction. What stands out about the silhouette is its brushed three-toned leather that changes color over time alongside its molded clay sole. Appearing in maroon, black and off-white variations, the developed patina reveals deep blue, lavender hues and more. Elsewhere in the collection are multicolored cow-print calf hair loafers, padded leather loafers, traffic cone orange knee-high boots, clogs, Traktori boots and lace-up square-toe shoes.

Take a look at the collection in the gallery above. CamperLab’s FW22 collection is available now online and in-store.

In related news, take a closer look at the adidas YEEZY Knit Runner “Faded Azure.”

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