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Cole Haan Launches AW17 Collection

Cole Haan’s innovative reinterpretation of contemporary and classic men’s footwear silhouettes are now available at high street retailers, Selfridges and Liberty London, for the second season running. We recently drew close attention to this celebrated designer’s American vision of elegant innovation whist admiring his tech-led perception of everyday footwear over recent years. Here’s what new models are on offer this autumn/winter 2017 season.

GrandPro Tennis Sneakers 

The ultra-light GrandPro Tennis sneakers are born from a simple ethos: everything you need and nothing you don’t. Cole Haan eliminated all the unnecessary weight of traditional court shoes without sacrificing the Grand.OS principles of flexibility, cushioning, lightness and breathability.

GrandPro Running Sneakers 

Cole Haan’s supremely lightweight GrandPro gets its old-school cool on in the form of a heritage running sneaker. Let this vintage design bring smart appeal to everyday styling. Gripped rubber soles are infused with Grand.OS technology to ensure all-day comfort. 

GrandEvolution Short Wingtip Oxford 

A next-level elevated integration of performance and tradition, GrandEvolution features a dul-density cushioning approach: softer under the heel and shock absorption and more firm in the forefoot/midfoot for stability. Performance and tradition are integrated in the sleek footwear, offering supreme comfort without sacrificing style.

"I find this playful take on footwear refreshing. This designer never takes itself too seriously yet still carries authority within the industry. Practicality and comfort in shoes is always at the top of my priorities especially as I regularly clock up 10k steps in a day when in London. Here we have both on trend and timeless classic styles with maximum comfort so it’s a big thumbs up from me." – Craig Landale, editor-in-chief, MenswearStyle.

To discover more styles, visit selfridges.com and libertylondon.com

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