Mark McNairy – The World’s First Yellow Dainite Sole?

By - April 19th, 2012

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

In the most recent update on their travels around the globe, the folks at Tres Bien Shop highlighted their visit to designer http://markmcnairy.com/” target=”_blank”>Mark McNairy‘s cozy studio in New York City last September. While placing purchase order for this season’s merchandises, they also chatted up with McNairy about a particular yellow http://dainite.com” target=”_blank”>Dainite sole. Established in 1894 during the height of British supremacy, Dainite is one of the few remaining footwear maker in England today that specialize in soles and heels. In 1910, the company introduced the rubber studded sole, one that quickly became Dainite’s signature design. Generally comes in black and sepia brown, though McNairy was able to request an all-yellow version apparently. Look for it and other interesting offerings, such as the “Fu@k Off” design,  from Mark McNairy at http://tresbienshop.com” target=”_blank”>Tres Bien Shop.

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Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

Mark McNairy   The Worlds First Yellow Dainite Sole?

4 comments
ReljaRadijevic
ReljaRadijevic

please cansomeone help ? this soles are made of EVA or what?

 

Al
Al

wow, f*ck off on the sole, those guys are so badass........ lame.

Jimmy The Kidult
Jimmy The Kidult

I believe that's a stingray leather, way to shiny for a regular pebbled leather. Very nice material.

Camo is Dead
Camo is Dead

Those black pebbled leather joints are PHENOMENAL. Well done, McNairy; salute.