Balenciaga continues to expand its lineup of iconic Triple S footwear models. Following the release of the adidas courier-free style, they are now launching a “leather-free” iteration, with two new color schemes adhering to the spirit of sustainability.
Continuing with the EPHEATM material derived from mushroom mycelium, Balenciaga has once again developed a new alternative that can reduce resource consumption. This time, it is made of technical materials made of a mixture of 95% polyurethane and 5% polyester fiber. It has a shiny upper with a leather-like texture without using leather. In addition to being soft and comfortable, leather even has natural wrinkles and lines.
The Balenciaga “leather-free” Triple S in black and beige is now on sale through the brand’s official website. The price is $1,150, which is about $100 more expensive than the basic Triple S. Readers interested in starting out may wish to buy it.
Balenciaga launches “leather-free” iterative Triple S shoe model with a asking price of $1,150
23868400cookie-checkBalenciaga launches “leather-free” iterative Triple S shoe model with a asking price of $1,150