Virgil Abloh Covers The Louis Vuitton 408 With Monogram Detailing

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When we think of Louis Vuitton, the first thing that comes to mind is probably their iconic “LV” logo. Designed all the way back in 1854, it has remained unchanged since, acting as a symbol for luxury fashion as a whole. Now, Artistic Director Virgil Abloh has taken the legendary motif, and has thrown it across the Louis Vuitton 408 sneaker.

Featuring a premium denim construction, the LV 408 bears a striking resemblance to the Air Force 1 with a bit of Air Jordan 4 styling added to the mix. Painted in a duo of rich blue shades, the first thing that you’ll notice about the 408 is the LV monogramming that works its way throughout the entire upper.


Virgil Abloh Covers The Louis Vuitton 408 With Monogram Detailing

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This is complemented by an even larger logo on the tongue and a rubberised version around the heel. Down below, an ultra clean white foam midsole is present, finished off with an icy rubber outsole that’s embossed with additional patterning towards the back.

Launching as part of their Spring Summer 2020 collection, the Louis Vuitton LV 408 is a definite must cop if you’ve got the money for it! An official release date has yet to be announced so make sure you keep it locked at The Sole Supplier and we’ll let you know as soon as it’s confirmed!


Virgil Abloh Covers The Louis Vuitton 408 With Monogram Detailing

Image via HYPEBEAST

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