Balenciaga‘s bold, bulky and boisterous Triple-S has arrived in two new logo-coated colorways: red with black and black with neon green. Although the Demna Gvasalia-helmed brand has moved to new silhouettes like the Speed 2.0 Trainer and Tyrex, the Triple-S is still a popular pillar of its footwear offerings, and these two graphic-printed iterations are among its loudest yet.
“Red/Black” offers shades of the early-mid 2010s, taking on a Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October”-esque crimson hue and using stark black for its printed embellishments. “Black/Neon Green” keeps things a touch more simple by comparison, equipping a murky base with scattered pops of vibrance served up by its print. The signature embroidered size graphic on the toe is done up in each shoe’s accenting color, and trademark triple-stacked midsoles arrive in tonal fashion to round off the look.
This duo of branding-swathed Triple-S sneakers are available now at retailers like Antonioli, and will arrive on the Balenciaga webstore in the coming weeks as part of the brand’s FW20 collection. The MSRP for each pair is set at a standard $995 USD.
If you’d prefer for your high fashion footwear to lean towards the slim side of the spectrum, Francesco Ragazzi‘s Palm Angels recently released Chuck Taylor-inspired high tops with a summer-ready palm tree print.
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