A model added as a NOVESTA standard from 2018SS. These tennis shoes are based on the last of the German brand tennis shoes that were made at the NOVESTA factory in the 1980s during the Czech and Slovak eras, and have been modernized and updated for comfort. A nostalgic, slightly slender shape. A model who is active in various scenes. The leather used is Italian cowhide. The size is the same as STAR MASTER.
These leather sneakers can be worn with both casual and dressy outfits. I think the versatility of these simple, low-tech shoes made of solid color leather can be worn as a casual look with distressed denim, or dressed down as a set-up. The large eyelets have a presence and a sense of luxury, and the brand logo embroidered in the same color on the heel also looks cool. The white sole has a burnt ecru color, giving it a classic impression as the name suggests. The tips of the shoelaces have metal fastenings, so they don't slip through easily.
A model added as a NOVESTA standard since 2013. Reproduction of classic marathon shoes from the 1950s. It is based on the model used as marathon shoes for Olympic athletes in 1988.
Classic sneakers with a slightly narrow silhouette. The light color combination of nylon and suede creates an atmosphere. The sole also uses a unique pattern, giving it a classic look. I think it's a pair that will go well with American style, American casual, men's, and women's styles.
Partizanske is a town in the former Czechoslovakia. NOVESTA was born in 1939, hidden away in the historic Bata Industrial Park in the small town of Partizanske in the former Czechoslovakia.
Shoe factories specializing in rubber and canvas products have continued through the history of World War II, the post-war Cold War, the socialist era, and the division of nations to the present day, producing products such as military, work, rubber boots, and running shoes. We have been consistently making Slovakian footwear since our founding.
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