Daiki Suzuki of Engineered Garments has breathed new life into Gola’s iconic Sentry sneakers. Originally launched in 2005 to commemorate Gola’s centenary, this classic is reborn for the 2020s through a captivating collaboration.
A Fresh Take on Classic Design
Priced at $280, the revived Sentry sneakers retain their signature paneled uppers and round toed shape. They come in three sleek monochrome colorways: black, white, and chocolate brown, offering a versatile twist on a timeless style.
The Sentry’s silhouette boasts paneled leather and suede uppers, accentuated by matching front laces overlaid with a leather front strap. Leather capped toes, in harmony with the color palette, add to the shoe’s refined aesthetic.
Made in England lettering by Gola subtly graces the sides. The comfort of the shoe is complemented by cushioned leather insoles, featuring Gola for Engineered Garments lettering for a stylish touch. The flat rubber cup soles ensure a comfortable and easy stride.
A Legacy of Collaborations
This collaboration marks the latest in a line of successful partnerships for Gola. The brand has previously collaborated with an array of labels, including Zara, J.Crew, and Oliver Bonas. For Engineered Garments.
This is another chapter in their history of brand collaborations, having previously worked with renowned footwear brands such as Hoka, Dr. Martens, K Swiss, and Paraboot.
Where to Find Them
The Gola x Engineered Garments collaboration is available for purchase at Nepenthes New York, Nepenthes’ website, and Gola’s official website. Elevate your style with these timeless yet contemporary sneakers that pay tribute to Gola’s rich heritage.
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