YMC's Vulcanised Sneaker Collection Is Perfectly Simple

The four new models arrive in “Black,” “Off-White,” “Yellow,” and “Green” colorways.

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British imprint YMC is grounded in a relaxed wardrobe. The brand’s laidback attitude and eco-friendly techniques are constantly at the forefront, represented across its 1970s NYC-inspired Pre-Fall 2023 collection and sustainable essentials line, YMC EARTH.

YMC continues to expand on its casual ethos across its Vulcanised Sneaker capsule, debuting four new models made in Korea. The offering is spread across high-top, low-top, slip-on, and mules, mutually crafted with cotton canvas uppers that promote movement and breathability. The shoes are delivered in YMC’s seasonal “Black,” “Off-White,” “Yellow,” and “Green” colorways.

Standard metallic eyelets decorate all laced pairs, while rear pull tabs allow for easy entry. Finally, textured rubber sole units uniquely enhance the staple designs with inscribed “You Must Create” plaques and branded gum outsoles.

Take a closer look at YMC’s Vulcanised Sneaker capsule collection in the gallery above. The pairs are available to purchase in-store and online via YMC.

In other footwear news, Dr. Woo honors Venetian textiles in tattoo-inspired Golden Goose collaboration.

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