The category of shoes known as the Synchron first made their debut in 1980. As the assortment got bigger over the years, it was always easy to recognize the group by the unorthodox lacing system in the toe box. The research and design team wanted to provide a better fitting upper and came up with the innovative lacing system for added comfort and durability. The Synchron Classic, the 90s edition within the Synchron category, remains a comfortable model featuring an air cushion unit and a stable heel cap.This item was produced by Karhu which is a Finnish sports brand that was established in 1916. The brand is also known for selling the iconic '3 stripes' to Adidas in the 1950s.
Materials: Pigskin suede and mesh
Colors: Dawn blue and lily white