P.F. Flyers All American

Apr 10, 2017

Category: Style

Some styles of sneakers endure, others fade away, and then a select few become classics. P.F. Flyers has long been in the latter category. And with the announcement of their All American line, it looks like things will stay that way for a while.

Ever since the brand’s original bestseller was first introduced onto the market back in the 1960s these shoes have struck a cord. They’re simple, comfortable, and stylish as hell. The new updated version of the sneaker leaves the shoe largely untouched but offers a few updates to the mid and upper material. The canvas is made from a reinforced No. 12 duck canvas, while the rubber outsole features a double wrap foxing tape finish. For increased comfort the show boasts a premium footbed New Balance Fresh Foam insoles. You can pick these up in the classic black, green, and white colorway – or one of four new ones; either in low or high top. Prices are set at $70.

Purchase: $70

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