L.A.-based men’s sneaker label House of Future debuted its Spring ’17 collection in New York on Monday.
The minimalist sneaker brand, known for using high quality synthetics instead of leather, showcased five high-top and low-top sneakers in moody shades of concrete gray, navy, lint blue and pale aqua. Sneakers retail for $110-$130.
Natural landscapes served as the inspiration for the collection, according to House of Future Co-Founder Shaun Nath.
House of Future continues to push the boundaries in using new materials for footwear. The edgy leather-looking shoes come in matte finishes and are coated with Tyvek paper, a cool attribute according Stuart Ahlum, House of Future creative director.
The brand boasts synthetics and technical weaves among its resources instead of traditional leather and suede.