Greats Brightens Up Fall With Vibrant New Colors for the Hirsh

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The colors of fall are set to become more vibrant thanks to the two new colorways introduced by Greats for the popular Hirsh silhouette. The footwear is inspired by the Egyptian desert boots which offered superior traction and comfort on sandy terrain and were worn by British Eighth Army officers during World War II. Greats has introduced a modernized version of the classic silhouette under the name of Hirsh, blending style, comfort and premium materials in one elegant design. For fall 2016, the company has announced two new colorways, navy and pink. Both versions feature the series’ signature premium Italian suede upper, the shock-absorbing EVA midsole, rubber Margom outsole, and natural leather heel accents. The “Cadet/Orange” colorway boasts a classic navy tone, matching laces and leather heel, with a contrasting orange outsole adding more vibrancy to the design. The striking “Pink/Cork” version features a blush pink suede upper, an eye-catching cork midsole, pink laces and leather heal, as well as a light gray outsole. Launched on October 13, the new colorways are available on the brand’s site at a price of $149. Photo credits: Greats.

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