Clints Celebrates Three Years Of Footwear Heritage
Manchester-based streetwear brand Clints is celebrating three years of footwear innovation with a brand-new collection that looks back at some of the imprint's most popular silhouettes and styles.
Since Clints made its mark on the UK fashion scene, the brand has gone from strength to strength. With the brand's founder, Junior Clint, already receiving a co-sign from Virgil Abloh, the Manneh brand has gone on to unveil a collaborative Stepper sneaker with Patta as well as opening its first-ever flagship store in the heart of the 0161.
And now, amidst a slew of other high-profile co-signs from the likes of Loyle Carner and Amine, the brand has now unveiled a new drop that explores previously-released footwear designs alongside new garments and furniture.
The drop starts with a fresh line of sneakers, including the brand's classic TRL and Stepper designs, with the former designed as a classic trek shoe. Featuring a Neoprene upper, the shoe is also hit with layered paneling for increased ankle and foot support.
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Meanwhile, other collection highlights tap into fabrications of denim, with the brand's Phat Jeans complemented with a line of understated Clints branding on the leg and back. Mohair is also included, this time in shades of green, while shell suit co-ords are included in hues of grey.
Rounding off the capsule, Clints welcomes new T-shirt designs in a combination of different colors, and the newly-introduced wooden Mascot Chair, made in collaboration with Artist Kieran Leach, opens the door to the brand's new-found interest in furniture creation.
You can take a closer look at the new collection from Clints above and it is available to shop via the brand's official website now.
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