Hand-Dyed Textiles Inspire Stüssy's New Nike Vandal High Collab
Set for an exclusive release in Japan.
Earlier this summer, the streetwear imprint announced a striking trio of Vandal High colorways, and now, Stüssy is revisiting the classic silhouette to introduce a special-edition, Japan-exclusive colorway.
Drawing inspiration from a hand-dyed textile from the Tokyo-based label, NOMA t.d., the kicks feature denim uppers, dyed in a rich indigo hue, accented with black piping outlining its laces, toe boxes and quarter panels. Elsewhere, the silhouette boasts a slew of more intricate details, including its signature Swooshes and side panels, crafted with pink and white hand-dyed patterns.
Rounding out the design is an all-over, “S” motif that features across the ankle straps, alongside Surfman insignia along the shoe’s tongues.
Take a closer look at the Stüssy x Nike Vandal High above, available for purchase exclusively via Stüssy’s Harajuku Chapter and website from September 1 at 11 a.m. JST.
In other footwear news, Nike’s Calm Mule just landed in an all-black colorway.