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“Get low…” The 89s are on and the design of the Low V2 is so deep! The number 89 is a very special one since this is the year the Karl Kani brand was founded. For over 30 years now, the fashion label has been providing you with uber-fresh styles from the hood. With this model, they have once again proven that no one can fool them when it comes to hip-hop trainers!
In addition to the lateral signature and the perforated toe box, the shoe impresses with a really flat design yet with extra-cushioned sole for the perfect grip. Treat yourself to the freshest trainers under the sun! Treat yourself to 89 Low!
- Kani signature
- Extra-cushioned sole
- Perforated toe box
- Comfortable hold
- Colour accentuation
- Embroidery on the heel and tongue
- Upper material: leather
- Inner material: textile
- Outsole: rubber
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Karl Kani has truly gone from rags to riches. Known as the God Father of Urban Wear, he now finds himself looking over the billion dollar industry that he inspired. He is a visionary of many first… The first to develop the baggy jean concept. The first urban fashion company to employ an all-black sales force. And the first designer to host a fashion show at the White House during President Bill Clinton's term.Growing up in Brooklyn Kani's style was inspired by Hip-Hop and street culture. Apparel in this aesthetic was nowhere to be found. Without adequate clothing options, 16-year old Williams decided to make his own clothes. Friends and strangers took notice of his unique threads, and Williams soon began taking orders. He yearned to take this hobby to the next level and would ask himself the question, “Can I do it?” . With more and more demand from the public for his wares, he gained the confidence to move forward. He eventually answered that incessant question, “Yes I can,” and committed himself to the challenge by legally changing his name to Karl Kani. In 1989, under his new moniker, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue this passion more seriously.
Today the Karl Kani brand has spread internationally throughout 25 countries in Europe and 13 flagship stores in Japan, including one in Harajuku, and unlike many other high-end brands Karl Kani has stayed true to his label. His passion for quality, design and craftsmanship has meant that, Kani continues to produce all his garments in the US.