Loading…
  • Nikecraft-2
  • Nikecraft-3
  • Nikecraft-4
  • Nikecraft-5
  • Nikecraft-1
Loading…

Tom Sachs managed to create quite the stir on social media with the release announcement of his NikeCraft “General Purpose Shoe.” Billed as a basic sneaker, the General Purpose Shoe (GPS) should be the last thing you think about when building your outfit. It’s remarkably unremarkable. “Boring,” reads the Instagram post.

The shape sports a slightly upturned toe with a three-piece molded cup sole, two straps for pulling the sneakers on, a microfiber collar, and an ultra-breathable knit construction. They’re made to be comfortable and handsome yet not so distracting as to take away from whatever else you’re wearing. There will be multiple color options in the future but the launch model is a muted colorway of tans, creams, and light browns with the only pop of color on the donning straps.

“The GPS is a tool to be the best you,” shared Sachs in the announcement press release. “They have an understated quality. They’re meant to do all the things that you do and tell your story.”

The General Purpose Shoe releases on June 10th at NikeCraft.com for $110 with both Women’s and Men’s sizes avaialble.

FR-1_1000x600

Fulton & Roark has been a hit ever since their launch almost a decade ago with features in the likes of GQ, Men’s Health and Fast Company. With the launch of their Fragrance Discovery Set, their popularity exploded. Each sample set includes a 1-2 day supply of all 8 of their best-selling solid fragrances so you can find the perfect one for you. Even better, the sample set comes with a $20 coupon code for your next purchase. Take your personal scent to the next level with Fulton & Roark today.