Japan's visvim is known for the Native American influences in their designs, and often the label's chukkahs and moccasin inspired footwear are among the most coveted silhouettes. However, the label does create undisputed good sneakers that are minimalist in aesthetics but uncompromising in terms of material and construction. One of the label's most popular sneaker models is the low-top FOLEY-FOLK which is slightly reminiscent of tennis shoes. This month, visvim is releasing the FOLEY-FOLK in gorgeously tonal tan suede upper. The shoes are wrapped in suede from toe to heel, with the heel tab featuring a contrasting smooth leather panel. Meanwhile, visvim's signature small embroidered logo tag is placed discreetly to the side of the tongue, and the only other visible (albeit still rather clandestine) branding is on the midsoles. The FOLEY-FOLK is due to release this coming Friday exclusively at F.I.L., so those who are feeling this could get in touch with the stockist for their pair.
Release Date: March 12th (Friday)