June 24, 2010 BY John Kim
Lacoste was founded by a tennis player and the sport-inspired apparel line has slowly moved from tennis to country club. This collaboration between Lacoste and France’s La MJC only furthers that “classy sneaker” vibe with a seersucker Broadwick, the Lacoste shoe named after a London street. The luxurious look is indeed pulled off by the seersucker and high-end leather on the heel, tongue tab, and insole. Just seventy-five pairs are said to be produced and will be available only at colette on July 3rd and Solemart on July 4th. Check out the extra images after the jump.