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The Labels Are Done…

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caramel7labelThe labels are done for the TR-114 boxes. The next step is to make those boxes. I’m not looking forward to that at all. What I am looking forward to is entering back into the fashion arena as opposed to the athletic arena. While I really enjoyed attempting a crack at the athletic shoe market, I do realize the stranglehold that Nike and Adidas have. I also understand how loyal people are to their trainers. What I have always known is that a great looking shoe has a chance to find their way onto the feet of those who like something that is casual, stylish and unique. I’m banking on that unique aspect.

I know for a fact that people are definitely more into their socks than they’ve ever been and that the TR-114 is a perfect candidate to be matched up with Happy, Stance, or whatever socks you have in your collection. I also realize that my focus on athletics has taken away from my fashion sense. Not to worry though, here is a look back at my previous casual collection. These photos were shot by the phenomenal Charlisha Renata of Memphis with model Kinnard Hardaway. The shoe was the Allen Suede and Denim pack. Browse and enjoy and get ready for the TR-114s release on June 15th.

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Chris Burns
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