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Camo has often been used on a variety of items, and it has been common practice to apply this print on pretty much anything. But how about the bottom of a sole?

With a plethora of prints to choose from, the use of camo pattern has been common amongst menswear brands. For Belgian-based designer Dries Van Noten, he took the idea of camo and literally flipped it and placed it on the sole of their Derby shoe. The result is a contemporary shoe that still evokes a clean look, but has a mild and subtle edge to it.

Inconspicuously dapper

Inconspicuously dapper

Inconspicuously dapper

Inconspicuously dapper

Inconspicuously dapper

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