Lanvin’s Curb Sneaker Gets a Reptilian Makeover
Appearing in beige and green colorways.
After making its debut just two years ago at Lanvin’s Men’s Fall/Winter 2020 show, the skate-inspired Curb sneaker has quickly become a brand staple.
With its 90s-influenced design and eye-catching chunky silhouette, the luxury sneaker has become a favorite of streetwear and luxury aficionados alike. Adding to the shoe’s eccentric catalog, the Curb sneaker has now appeared in a reptilian construction. Featuring a mixed-media fabrication, the shoe is done up in python print Nappa leather, suede and mesh. Still keen on eccentricity, the shoe is completed with a padded quilted tongue with the Lanvin label and logo, double waxed woven herringbone laces and curved metallic eyelets.
Further bringing the Portugal-made shoe to life are its beige and green colorways. Check out the gallery above for a look at the Python Print Leather Curb Sneakers that are available now at Lanvin for $1,150 USD.
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