Louis Vuitton Releases Online Exclusive Trainer Sneaker

With hues of green, black, gray and more.

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When the late Virgil Abloh joined Louis Vuitton as its menswear creative director, a blend of new style codes entered the luxury fashion house – many of which have remained to this day. One of the focal standout pieces was the LV Trainer Sneaker, which emerged with Abloh’s debut runway shoe for the house. Over time, the sneaker has been tossed in new colorways and subtle design details. So to keep the fire going, Louis Vuitton has released a new online exclusive LV Trainer Sneaker.

The new release keeps the shoe’s signature street-savvy, yet luxury-leaning design cadence. As such, it harbors the same toe velcro strap alongside the multi-paneled design and sporty rubber midsole and sole. But what brings the shoe into new territory are fresh shades of green, gray, black, white and subtle touches of beige.

Standout details on the shoe include LV’s signature monogram flower behind the mesh panel, the Louis Vuitton name in cursive script below it, a green leather back panel with the house’s monogram design and name and raised decals on the sole’s side.

Take a look at the new shoes in the gallery above. Priced at $1,360 USD, Louis Vuitton’s online exclusive LV Trainer Sneakers in green are available now on the brand’s website.

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