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Mark McNairy x Keds Triumph

July 8, 2012 BY / 1

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Designers whose brogues go for four hundred-plus at luxury retailers don’t need to make a name for themselves.  A guy like Mark McNairy collaborates with a brand like Keds because their mutual respect for traditional design makes the pairing a natural fit and a great way to spread the love at different price points.  You could get two pairs of each Mark McNairy x Keds Triumph colorway for about the same amount as just one of his signature line, and this subtle trio offers an understated but thorough range of options for your wardrobe.  Check them out after the jump and look for these Mark McNairy Keds in stores now.

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