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These sneakers, iconic of the years 70, revive within the renewed passion for retro fashion.

Several seasons ago the Kawasaki firm began to live a second youth. These iconic sneakers of the years 70, they took advantage of their revival air at the ideal moment, landing on the booming market of moda vintage. The cotton canvas as the main material of their designs and the mythical white non-slip rubber sole make the Kawasaki a shoe that combines style and comfort at the same time..

For this next spring season – verano 2012 Kawasaki offers us a collection of footwear for men and women. Different models such as the classic Basic and Retro or the New Basic and Special Retro among others, are presented in various colors ranging from a more classic range, like white, azul, red or gray, passing through more summery shades such as pink and turquoise that are enriched with fresher and summery looks with a retro-casual style.

about the slippers: Despite its Japanese name, the Kawasaki are of Danish origin. They were born in 1972 on the badminton courts and became the best-selling shoe in the history of Denmark thanks to its quality and design. Today, more than three decades later, I'm all a classic of Scandinavian street culture. Originally conceived as technical badminton shoes, Kawasakis were designed to be light, comfortable and very resistant. Esto, added to its design simple and clean lines,has elevated these sneakers to cult status in today's streetwear.

A shoe with a suede side reinforcement and a sole that does not slip but adheres to the ground. The discovery of this shoe started a development that years later was the beginning of an adventure that prospered with the development of Kawasaki in the old Bata factory in Gotwalddorf., Czechoslovakia. Currently the same old methods of production are still preserved, such as hot vulcanization, that only admits the use of natural materials such as rubber, cotton or suede and avoids the use of glues and glues in the process.