K-Swiss celebrates 50 years with this limited edition collaboration with AAPE by A Bathing Bape.
The drop consists of the K-Swiss’s iconic Classic ’66 silhouette, coming in BAPE’s popular camo pattern.
First introduced in 1966 as one of the first leather tennis shoes debuted in the majors, the sneaker sports the brand’s iconic five stripes, classic D-rings, unique three-piece toe design, as well as the original shield logo branding. The all-over printed AAPE signature camouflage adorns the entire upper, contrasted by a white sole.
Other design details include the AAPE logo stamp on heel counter, woven tongue label, as well as co-branded sock liner in camo print.
The K-Swiss x AAPE Classic ’66 drops Dec. 15 at select retailers worldwide for $140 USD — including Atmos (NYC), West (NYC), Urban Outfitters (NYC), Wish (Atlanta), DTLR (Baltimore) and Villa (Philadelphia).