This is more than a pair of shoes. You can buy all the overpriced sneakers that sporting goods companies keep throwing down your throat but there is no way you can look like somebody down the street rocking a pair of Genesis shoes like these.
As the name says this brand, that is a division of Djinns, is not about progression but rather showing love to styles that inspired a classic movement that has nothing to deal with current fast food sneaker culture.
If you are familiar with the Wu Tang saga and especially Ghostface and Raekwon, you may remember those words in the intro of “Glaciers of Ice” that went like “Yo I got a crazy idea how to do Clarks now. Check it out, boom, this is how you freak ’em, boom. You go get you go get the cream joints right? Boom. Now now, all you all you dye, is this shit right here, boom. And this, you know what I’m saying? Any color you want. But it’d be like, blue and cream, you know what I’m saying? Sh*t like that, ni**as don’t even know. But son, word is bond I’ma rock ni**as this summer”.
Genesis feels the same way: all this German brand wants to do is rock ni**as this summer with this ill Mint colorway of the Low Cow. To say it clearly, this is the take of this brand on the classic design known as Clarks Wallabies. Beside the timeless design popular for decades now, what stands out in this pair of shoes is its colorway.
We saw a Low Cow suede last Summer but it was black. The type of footwear that you wear everyday, considering its color but this one here in the hands of Elena C deserves a delicate attention. Its premium suede, whose craftsmanship goes down in Spain as you can see from the heel tab, is dyed in a Mint colorway that has to be matched properly.
Ask all style suggestions to Out Of Mind distribution (and not to Ghostface and Raekwon).
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