Todd Snyder X PF Flyers Rambler Hi Sneakers

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PF Flyers is a classic American brand that has been manufacturing athletic footwear using innovative materials and techniques since 1937. Taking pride in their heritage, the company creates footwear with an authentic American design and classic charm. The ongoing collaboration with well-known designer Todd Snyder came naturally and their latest creation is a perfect combination of modern lines and vintage vibes. The Rambler Hi sneaker is sporty yet stylish at the same time, so it will suit both casual and urban-chic outfits, as well as slightly formal or laid-back situations. Craftsmanship and style blend beautifully in the design. The Cheveaux leather upper has elegant perforations on the sides and tongue, added for both practical and aesthetic reasons. A debossed ankle patch featuring the PF Flyers name is joined by a loop at the back that boasts Todd Snyder’s signature logo. The light gum rubber midsole provides a color contrast against the black or white upper. Along with the perforations that improve ventilation, the sneakers also feature a pigskin lining on the cushion insole, ensuring more comfort. Made for both men and women, the sneakers offer a modern take on the classic footwear that only seems to gain more popularity as the years go by. The Todd Snyder X PF Flyers Rambler Hi sneakers are available in black or white and you can order them here.

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