That’s the next clou coming from Nat-2: after LED illuminated soles and fluorescent uppers, the German sneaker smith stepped into cooperation with German accessories company Roxxlyn to create a sneaker with elements made of real stone.

 

Through a special technology real slate stone has been softened, made lighter and flexible to make it useable for the shoe upper.

 

The sneakers are made by hand at a small family run manufacturer in Italy and feature in addition to the real stone nappa leather and reflecting glass. The cupsole is 100% rubber.

 

The limited line will be sold internationally throughout selected retailers for prizes ranges from 440 up to 490 Euro.

 

The unisex shoes will be presented at Pitti Immagine Uomo and later at Berlin Fashion Week.




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