The Edwin Runner by CLAE

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Style meets comfort in a new runner silhouette from the LA-based footwear brand.

Launched by CLAE just in time for spring and summer, the Edwin offers everyday wearability in a design that gives the retro runner a contemporary twist. The new silhouette blends comfort and style perfectly. It features both design and performance-focused enhancements, along with a range of premium materials and the latest technology. The upper combines rich or waxed suede with breathable nylon mesh and reflective accents. Pigskin lining on the interior and a soft heel counter enhance comfort, while the EVA footbed and the all-terrain Vibram® sole offer perfect support. Flat waxed cotton laces complete the design, ensuring a snug fit at the same time. The new Edwin runner comes in three versions: Microgray Suede, Black Waxed Suede, and Aloe Green Suede. All of them are priced at $160. You can find the new Edwin runner online at CLAE and at select retailers worldwide. Photographs© CLAE.

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