Iterated here in versatile white, Loewe's Ballet Runner trainers are modelled on classic 1970s track shoes. They're crafted in Italy from buttery leather to a slim profile with an almond toe and elasticated cuffs for easy movement, then accented with tonal logo appliqué at the sides and set on a ridged rubber sole. Product number: COLOUR: White COMPOSITION: Leather. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Italy Elasticated sides, white leather logo appliqués White laces Logo-debossed leather tongue White leather lining and logo-debossed insoles Brown rubber tread soles
Ballet Runner Nylon And Leather Trainers In White
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BALLET RUNNER LEATHER TRAINERS
Created by Enrique Loewe Roessberg, a craftsman specialising in leatherwork, fashion brand Loewe presents neat creations that demonstrate a mastery of leather. It leaves its mark on luxury streetwear fashion with modern, high-quality shoes. Its creations include these Ballet Runner leather trainers. With a design marked out by inserts and stitching, this model reflects the brand's craftsmanship.
Ballet Runner nylon and leather trainers
Loewe’s white Ballet Runner trainers take cues from 1970s track shoes and ballet pumps showcased through the elasticated sides and streamlined shape. They’re crafted in Italy from nylon with suede and supple leather panels at the heel and rounded toe, then finished with a rubber sole. Product number: COLOUR: White COMPOSITION: Nylon and leather. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Italy Round toe Elasticated sides Nylon panels Suede leather toe and heel panels Calligraphic logo Lace front Leather lining Rubber sole
Loewe soft nappa sneakers with side "logo" inserts and the iconic monogram on the tongue. Stretch ankle, leather lining, rubber sole.
Loewe is a Spanish luxury fashion house based in Madrid. Loewe began as a cooperative of leather artisans in the center of Madrid in 1846. German entrepreneur Enrique Loewe Roessberg consolidated the workshop under his name in 1872, creating one of the world’s original luxury houses. As Loewe evolved and expanded over the next century, a commitment to modernity emerged as a defining characteristic.