PF Flyers x Ball and Buck Center Sneaker

May 31, 2018

Category: Style

Celebrating America’s military heritage in conjunction with the brand’s hometown roots and commitment to building quality everyday sneakers, PF Flyers just dropped what could very well be their sneaker of the year. Teaming up with Ball and Buck, the beloved footwear brand has outfitted the Center Lo silhouette with mil-spec materials sourced and built right here in the USA.

That’s right. In addition to the shoe featuring a tan stripe of Ball and Buck’s signature 12.29 oz canvas, the shoe boasts a construction of WWII military spec Army Duck canvas on white ballistic nylon Cordura. Style-wise, the Center Lo’s military look pairs quite well with the comfort of a modern running shoe thanks to a premium performance insert and a DESMA injected polyurethane midsole. Additional features include waxed cotton laces, an antique brass lace keeper, debossed Roger logo, Ball and Buck’s iconic orange footbed, and Original camo lining on the heel cap for good measure. Made entirely in Boston.

Purchase: $150

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