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Mens | Expedition Grade Nylon

Army Issue Sneaker Classic

Regular price
$78 USD
Regular price
$78 USD
Sale price
$78 USD

Classics: Black

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The Details

  • Men's classic lace up sneaker
  • Vegan sneaker style
  • Expedition grade nylon in dark green, black and navy
  • Soft washed, cotton canvas lining
  • Includes both a white cotton lace and a grey nylon lace
  • Contoured, cushy foam footbed with extra heel-strike cushion
  • Includes our exclusive cooling system with perforations for breathability and cooling airflow channels for extra cool comfort
  • Traditional long lasting natural rubber outsole
  • Inspired by the all-purpose sporting footwear issued to soldiers in the 1960's

Size & Fit Information

Lace-to-toe style allows for adjustable lacing and a comfortable, custom fit.
Additional eyelets allows looser lacing options at toe box, accomodating most foot types.
Structured hidden heel counter allows for a snug fit.
Comfortable right out of the box.


In August 1961 Camp Irwin, an Armored Combat Training Area located in the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, California, is designated a permanent installation and renamed Fort Irwin. During the Vietnam buildup, many artillery and engineer units will train and deploy from Fort Irwin, the Army’s premier training center. Our 08/61 Army Issue Sneaker is inspired by the all-purpose sporting footwear worn on base by soldiers in the 1960s.

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