Japanese menswear label Nonnative have offered a look at their latest collection of seasonal footwear. Known for military-inspired designs, the brand's minimalist use of black and beige is the hallmark of the collection.
Three suede silhouettes have been included in the drop, with a low-top runner the focal point of the collection. Perhaps a nod to the chunky sneaker trend, the Handyman Trainer features an understated tonal beige upper is placed atop a white midsole, while another comes in triple black. A clean-cut pair of boots and a high-top pseudo-moccasin round out the collection.
The nonnative Spring/Summer 2018 footwear collection is available at select retailers like Coverchord.