30 Jun '16, 6am

Velcro for Prison

Velcro for Prison

Lucky for us the OG Prison Issue LX is now available for civilian purchase. The Velcro straps across the top of the shoe were used in place of laces, as inmates were likely to employ the laces for nefarious purposes. These days they make a great alternative for those who are just plain old lazy (we’ve all sighed at the prospect of un-tying shoelaces after a long day). The three Velcro straps, along with the toe box, are made from suede while the rest of the upper is a simple canvas. A vulcanised rubber sole makes sure you don’t mistake these for one of the many strapped up running shoes available these days.

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