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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Mono sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Gamers can now buy these trainers [sneakers] inspired by the Sega Mega Drive console. Fashion label Lavair has unveiled the shoes. The line, which launches on July 23 directly from the brand, comprises two styles. The ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Mono? is a predominantly black shoe with a black grid pattern evocative of early Mega Drive game cases, while the ?Exo Sega Mega Drive Analog? features a purple hue. There are also baseball caps in matching styles, with the underside brim of the Analog cap replicating the shoe?s purple, while the Mono cap opts for a black-silver effect. The 16-bit Sega Mega Drive ? known as the Sega Genesis in North America ? originally launched in Japan in 1988, and in the US in 1989, while the machine, famous for games like Sonic The Hedgehog, reached Europe in 1990. Lavair?s shoes pay homage to the era with ?16-bit? stitching on the inside of the caps, and a similar tag on the tongue of the shoes. Lavair says the crossover line ?flaunts technical aesthetics with a full thermoplastic polyurethane eye-stay and weather-resistant toe guard and draped in a hi-tensile nylon upper?, and that the shoes ?sit on top of a streetwear-inspired outsole, combined with outdoor trekker detailing for optimal comfort underneath the brands? signature, lighter-than-air sole.? The shoes are priced at ?L200 GBP ($276 USD), while baseball caps are ?L50 GBP ($70). 22 Jul 2021 Pictured: Mega Drive Analog sneakers. Photo credit: Lavair/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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