Made in Portugal, the slip-on sneaker features a suede upper with nylon ribbon and signature Stone Island Shadow Project iconography on its side. Arriving in a sleek, all-black colorway, the shoe is constructed with an elastic collar and leather pull tab to maximize both convenience and comfortability. To finish, the sneaker is sealed with a thick rubber ECCO midsole and outsole, alongside leather lining and insoles.
The sneaker arrives under Stone Island’s Shadow Project label, which serves as the Italian luxury imprint’s outlet for experimental, futuristic design, specifically with revolutionary treatments and textures on advanced fibers. The innovative line is designed by German engineer Errolson Hugh of ACRONYM and Stone Island’s lead designer Carlo Rivetti.
Stone Island’s Shadow Project Moc Shoe is now available to purchase for 3900 SEK (roughly $382 USD) on Très Bien’s webstore. The sneaker is available in European sizing, ranging from 41 to 44.
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