Tim Coppens has helmed Under Armour’s new line for only a month and the Belgian designer isn’t wasting any time to create products that are “explicitly ‘built for life.'” During his NYFW: Men’s spring 2017 show on Wednesday, Coppens introduced the first pair of sneakers for Under Armour Sportswear. Dubbed the UAS Club Low, this crisp pair is part of the brand’s 2016 fall/winter collection and its makeup aptly complements the aforementioned mission statement—boasting a white upper, laser-cut perforations on its sidepanels and a gum sole.
The UAS Club Low will run you $139 USD and is slated to release on September 1.
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