Djinns ● MocLau 3.0 Triple Mesh Black

You never change a winning horse. So I thought when I was approaching Djinns to check out its sneakers selection. I fell in love last Summer with its style called MocLau 3.0 Triple Mesh Black/Grey as you may remember from my post. This took me to see if there was another color variation appealing to my taste.


There it was, beautiful and mysterious: not a black and grey combination like the first time but an all black beauty. During Summer period, footwear brands tend to give you pastel colorways, or white or navy blue kicks but a black one can’t miss from my sneaker selection and so I was lucky enough to still find one of my size.

This sneaker by the brand that belongs to Out of Mind distribution roster is in Alessia M hands: MocLau 3.0 Triple Mesh Black. It is made of a combination of two different mesh plus a low panel of synthetic nubuck on side panels and heels, to give your feet more support.

Technically speaking we are dealing with a with a sleek silhouette of a lifestyle sneaker, whose materials of the upper together with the EVA midsole create a lightweight shoe perfect for Summer days.

Slip your feet in pulling the heel tab made of synthetic leather and you will be surprised by its snug fit. As I wrote above there are actually two different thickness of the mesh: the toe part is a bit thicker while the other part of the vamp is more stretch. All this contributes to a comfortable sneaker that you should wear with no socks to enjoy to the fullest.

Its outsole is made of rubber in its natural color, only to add a touch that contributes with a neutral element to a fresh colorway. Check Djinns website and you will find all the pastel colorways, or white or navy blue styles that I told you about here above. Don’t feel bad if you want to cop them all: picking up a horse is always a matter of feeling…
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http://www.bellevuevillage.co.uk/djinns-mens-moclau-30-triple-mesh-blackblack-b1qgfko-men-running-shoes-united-kingdom-sale-p-2904.html
Photos courtesy of Michele Marossi photo

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