New Python Trainer Colour Way Set For Release
Footwear specialist Filling Pieces is anticipating a record sell out time for the new colour way launch of its Python shoe. Released tomorrow, the style mirrors the same the same model that was originally produced in all-black.
Proving to be a highly successful model, the brand expects the white version to exceed the demand of the original, with shoppers already reserving pairs.
Fashioned on the style of mountaineering shoes, the unique Python trainer’s upper hugs and supports the wearer’s ankle. High quality leathers are used for the side and lining, all of which sits on top of a vulcanised rubber Margom cup sole.
Founded by designer Guillaume Philibert in 2009, the Amsterdam trainer label takes its name from the brand’s goal to fill a niche in the footwear market between high-end fashion and casual streetwear.
Designers at the firm have released several collaborations in its five years of business, working with the likes of London boutique Poste Shoes and New York shoe designer Ronnie Fieg.
The White Python shoe is priced at £250 per pair and will be available as of Saturday April 12th from the Filling Pieces store in Shoreditch, London. It will also be available online at End and Kith NYC.
Filling Pieces London Store
BOXPARK Unit 10,
2 – 1 Bethnal Green Road,