Wings+Horns Spring/Summer 2017 Sneaker Collection Now Online And In Stores

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The GOODS from Wings + Horns

Vancouver, BC | A new collection of wings+horns sneakers has arrived for Spring/Summer 2017, featuring considered updates to distinctively understated silhouettes.

Signature staples including the Court Low and Slip-On are available in White and Sand Suede, while a versatile all-black Court colour way is offered in High and Low top styles. Trainers have been carefully pared-down with tonal paneling and subtle stitch-and-turn construction throughout.

Each season, wings+horns designs refined classics through a meticulous process of reduction. Precise adjustments are made to materials and construction before each sneaker is hand-stitched in Italy from premium calfskin leather.

The Spring/Summer 2017 footwear collection is available now in-stores and online at wingsandhorns.com.

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DETAILS

Wings_Horns_logo_small133 West 5th Ave. | Vancouver, BC, V5Y 1H9 | Telephone: 604.568.0140 | Email: store@wingsandhorns.com
Web: www.wingsandhorns.com | Twitter | Instagram
Mon-Wed: 11-6 | Thu-Sat: 11-7 | Sun: 12-5 | Holidays: Closed

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ABOUT WINGS+HORNS

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Background | Born between Tokyo and Vancouver in 2004, wings+horns is a contemporary menswear label integrating innovative fabrics with a Japanese approach to detail. Designed and made in Vancouver, BC, wings+horns is inspired by the Canadian landscape, and focuses on creating garments which balance rugged utility with considered simplicity.

The Store | wings+horns is located on 5th Ave between Manitoba and Columbia, in the same building as the brand’s design and production studio. The former industrial space is comprised of polished concrete floors, a high ceiling with timber beams and shelving milled from reclaimed old growth Douglas Fir. The store also features a permanent installation by renowned North Vancouver artist Brent Comber.

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