An essential to any modern woman. Designed with versatile white and black colour and lightweight construction, these Ballet Runner sneakers from Loewe will keep you comfy and stylish all day long. You'll get addicted! Featuring a round toe, a lace-up front fastening, a logo patch at the tongue, a branded insole, embroidered details, a lightweight construction and a flat rubber sole.
Suede, Canvas And Leather Sneakers In White
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SUEDE, CANVAS AND LEATHER SNEAKERS
Loewe draws inspiration from '70s track styles and ballet pumps to create these sneakers. They have a low-top shape made from leather and suede, and feature elasticated backs for comfort. In black and white, they pair so easily with jeans and dresses.
10MM NYLON & SUEDE SNEAKERS
Nylon & suede upper. Lace-up closure. Leather logo loop on tongue. Leather inserts. Side leather logo details. Leather insole. Rubber sole
BALLET RUNNER SNEAKERS
Designed in Loewe's Madrid workshops, the Ballet Runner trainers are inspired by the world of ballet. The supple soles and elasticated sides are inspired by ballet slippers.
Loewe canvas, leather and suede sneakers with side "logo" and the iconic monogram on the tongue. Stretch ankle, leather lining, rubber sole.
BALLET RUNNER SHOES
ballet Runner Shoes From Loewe: nylon And Leather ballet Runner SneakersComposition: 50% nylon, 50% calf leather
BALLET RUNNER SIDE LOGO SNEAKERS
Loewe Ballet Runner Side Logo Sneakers from LoeweComposition: 35% Lambskin, 30% Cotton, 20% Calfskin, 15% Rubber
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.