Amiri Spring Summer 18 Footwear Is Here
LA label Amiri continues its expressive nature in rock n roll and referencing Californian lifestyle in their latest Spring Summer 18 footwear. Following up on a stellar 12 months footwear has become a strong suit for the brand with nods to 90's California with a huge part playing in the founder, Mike Amiri's life. Key items include the new Sunset Bandana Sneaker which is sure to break necks and the Viper Low Sneaker which can act as an everyday beater. You can shop all the pictured above at Patron of The New.
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