Looking to step up your shoe game this summer? The Los Angeles based brand, Rockstar Original just launched their first ever men’s sneakers collection. Rockstar Original, founded by Frank Mechaly and David Mathey, dedicated its brand to just apparel and high quality denim. However, they recently made a shift to launch a sneaker collection exclusively for men. The collection consists of a variety of colors and styles to suit the likes of everyone.
Rockstar Original also included a selection between high and low top men’s sneakers. All of the sneakers in the collection comes in the colors inferno red, pure white, after dark (black) and volt blue. Also, the sneaker sizes range from 6 to 13. These sneakers will provide the satisfaction of having a pop of color in one’s day to day wardrobe.
The Rockstar Original Men High Top & Low Top Sneakers in pure white is made out of genuine synthetic leather with a rubber outsole. Throughout the sneaker, the Rockstar Original logo can be found on the side, front and back. When ordering these sneakers, there is an option of receiving an extra pair of laces apart from the ones already found on the sneakers.
Each of the sneakers of this collection are all made with the same material (as mentioned above). The only difference is the variety of colors one can choose from. They also feature a high quality retro athletic design. Here in the after dark design, in both the high and low top sneakers, there is a play with the colors. The sneaker has traces of black on a white sneaker with bright red laces.
Each of these sneakers are valued at $109.00 and can be purchased via the Rockstar Original official website. This new sneaker collection contributes to Rockstar Original’s ongoing streetwear fashion aesthetic. With four different color selections, it allows men to express their true style. With the brand’s continuing efforts, they always devote to always have authenticity, sustainability, and quality in all of their pieces. Rockstar Original’s co-founders value their belief to “always stay true and remember your roots.”