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Suno Supplies 7 New Prints For Summer's Coolest Set Of Steppers

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    Espadrilles and sandals may be divine, but awesome summer sneaks have a very special place on our shoe rack. And we're not just talking any old canvas shoe. Since its first debut of patterned, playful, pumped-up kicks, Suno is at it once again for its second collection of slip-on and lace-up footwear. The brand has just launched seven new sneaker designs in a variety of fun colorways perfect for summer (fall, winter, and spring, too, if we may add).

    The shoes' oh-so-fun patterns were derived from the brand’s previous three ranges and made from remnant fabric. Produced in Kenya and with proceeds benefitting Kenyan wildlife through The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, it's safe to say that these rubber soles have got real, well, soul.

    To make these look-good, feel-good pairs all your own, order them exclusively on Suno's website. Then simply prepare for the Dutch Wax-printed bag to arrive with your season's favorite footwear in tow.

    Add some hop to your step and skip ahead to see all the new Suno sneaker designs.

    Suno Sneaker, $65, available at Suno.
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