Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Skagway Hi Patten in Black
Visvim

Skagway Hi Patten in Black

$ 815.00
Size: 9.5
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  • A timeless silhouette, the visvim® Skagway Hi is designer Hiroki Nakamura's take on the classic canvas sneaker. Handmade with a leather-lined canvas upper, this installment of the Skagway features a leather cap toe to accent the heavy-duty rubber sole. A testament to Nakamura's attention to detail, the sneaker features an array details updating the shoe, including gunmetal-tone hardware, thick-knit cotton laces, and leather accents along the tongue and heel of the shoe.
    • Canvas uppers
    • Nubuck leather paneling
    • Stitched cap-toe and heel patch
    • Rubber outsole
    • Full leather lining
    • Thick-knit cotton laces
    • Natural linen dust bag
    • 0123101001005
  • US Size JP Size EU Size
    4 21.5 35.5
    5 22.5 37
    6 23.5 38
    7 24.5 39.5
    8 25.5 41
    9 26.5 42
    10 27.5 43
    11 28.5 44
    12 29.5 45.5

    For details about how we measure our garments visit the measuring guide.

  • Conceptualized in the year 2000, visvim®'s longstanding reputation for quality and inventiveness stems from designer Hiroki Nakamura's fascination with old-world craftsmanship and vintage Americana. Drawing aspects from Japanese design, American workwear, and Native-American aesthetics, the streetwear legend goes through painstaking processes to produce each garment, amassing global acclaim for the quality of all things visvim®.

Conceptualized in the year 2000 visvim®'s longstanding reputation for quality and inventiveness stems from designer Hiroki Nakamura's fascination with old-world craftsmanship and vintage Americana. Drawing aspects from Japanese design, American workwear, and Native-American aesthetics, the streetwear legend goes through painstaking processes to produce each garment, garnering global acclaim for the quality and craftsmanship of all things visvim®.