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UBIQ Transforms A K-Swiss Classic In Latest Collaboration

UBIQ Transforms A K-Swiss Classic In Latest Collaboration

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Philadelphia’s own UBIQ has had quite the eclectic collaborative slate over the past couple years. They’ve helped revamp Brooks’ classic retro running models and have teamed up with ASICS and Saucony for memorable launches. Now the lifestyle boutique focuses on heritage tennis brand K-Swiss to help revamp the K-Swiss GStaad. An incredibly limited run – we’re talking 100 pairs of each colorway – will hit UBIQ spots tomorrow, March 11th. The GStaad Big Logo silhouette ditches the oversized K-Swiss stitching on the heel to instead call-out the shop that helped dress the model in a premium leather upper, gum outsole, and retro D-Rings. Two colorways will be available ranging from a head-turning shade of blue indigo and a jewel tone burgundy. Check out the full collaboration below and grab your pair in-store and online at UBIQ outlets starting March 12th for $120 USD.

UBIQ x K-Swiss Gstaad

Release Date: March 12th, 2016
Price: $120

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