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Junya Watanabe's Latest Buffalo London Sneakers Are Sherpa Lined

Black or white?

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Junya Watanabe's Latest Buffalo London Sneakers Are Sherpa Lined

Black or white?

Earlier this month, we saw Junya Watanabe debut her first collaboration with Buffalo London, which featured the iconic chunky sneaker covered in a crocodile-print pattern with a black sole. Now, the two collaborators have dropped the perfect sneakers for the Fall/Winter season, taking the classic silhouette and giving it a cozy sherpa lining to keep you warm in the coldest of weathers. Arriving in both a black and a white iteration, the shoe is finished off with the label’s classic tag on the tongue.

If you’re looking to cop the perfect winter sneakers, head over to SSENSE where the Junya Watanabe x Buffalo London sneakers retail at $455 USD.

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