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2950 Cotu Sneakers
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Superga 2950 Cotu Sneakers

$49.00 (30% off)
Brand Sizing: US
Superga shoes run a 1/2 size large.
FREE shipping and FREE returns|eligible
  • Canvas
  • Signature logo tag at side
  • Cushioned footbed
  • Lace-up closure
  • Round toe
  • Rubber sole
  • Imported, Vietnam
  • This item cannot be gift-boxed
Style #SPRGA30508
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About the Designer

In 1911, Walter Martiny began to produce shoes with vulcanized rubber soles at the Superga factory in Turin, Italy. The result was the now-iconic 2750 sneaker. The style quickly gained favor, becoming known as the “People’s Shoe of Italy.” Modern iterations of the classic profile include high-tops and slip-ons, with capsule collections and collaborations with artists and designers keeping the celebrated silhouette fresh.