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WPS1 Sneakers

WPS1 Sneakers

WPS1 Sneakers

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  • Introducing WPS1: A playtime sneaker with classic design and modern appeal.

    WPS1 is modern footwear, inspired by the iconic tennis shoes of the 1960s. Meant to work great with casual jeans and tailored trousers alike, WPS1 expertly balances the needs of form and function, providing owners with a shoe that’s both enjoyable to use, and easy to own.

    A nod to the past

    WPS1 playtime sneakers are modern footwear inspired by the classic tennis shoes of the 1960’s.

    Back to the future

    Each pair of WPS1 sneakers compliments a traditional design with an advanced hydrophobic coating that keeps each pair clean and dry, in urban and casual settings alike.

    Beautiful, yet practical

    Chunky rubber soles with high-grip treads ensure a steady stride and ample cushioning. Meanwhile, reinforced eyelets and a traditional lace-up design preserve the condition of the shoe after repeated use.

    Black and white

    Each pair of WPS1 sneakers is crafted from smooth off-white cowhide with white lining, or matte black suede leather with copper lining.

    Material design

    Clean and concise stitching compliments the leather linings and lace- up design, yielding a shoe that’s familiar yet impressionable.

    Comfortable fit

    Chunky rubber soles and grippy treads ensure a steady stride and ample cushioning. WPS1 looks great with casual jeans as well as dressier tailored trousers.

    • Material: Waterproofed cowhide/suede leather
    • Leather linings, gripped rubber soles
    • Lace-up


    Measure your feet:

    Wear the type of socks you'll wear with your shoes and measure feet in the afternoon (feet typically swell during the day). Distribute weight evenly before measuring.

    Step 1:

    Stand up straight on a hard surface with your heel against the wall and a piece of blank paper taped to the floor, flush against the wall beneath your foot.

    Step 2:

    Have someone mark the longest part of your foot (referred to as heel-to-toe length) on the paper with a pen or pencil, or measure yourself if necessary. Repeat with the other foot, as right and left sizes may be different. 

    Step 3:

    Use a ruler to measure the heel-to-toe length you marked for each foot.