OBRA High Top Sneakers

Nov 15, 2018

Category: Style

There are a ton of companies that offer high top sneakers to the masses, but few of them do so with utility and performance in mind. OBRA’s new Canvas High Wrap Toe is a perfect blend of street-borne style and components that are made to withstand the brunt of everyday use.

The OBRA High is more than just a high top sneaker — it’s got a unique canvas, off-white rubber foxing, and a blue finger loop that gives it a refreshing silhouette as well as a comfortable fit. The shoe features a slew of extra utility through Distinct Wrap Toe forefoot protection, a microfiber-lined dual intensity thermoformed EVA working footbed, and a grippy proprietary outsole made of high-quality rubber. There’s even a lateral zipper on the side of the shoe for effortless access. Although the OBRA High is the focus here, there are also slip-on and low-profile offerings for the shoe, all of which utilize the same materials and exceptional build quality with a strong variety of color combos.

Purchase: $150

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