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Titolo x Le Coq Sportif R1000 “Mellow Mint”

Titolo is continues to celebrate their 20th anniversary by once again teaming up with Le Coq Sportif for a special edition Titolo x Le Coq Sportif R1000 Mellow Mint collaboration.

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Built with a premium smooth and perforated nubuck upper that’s dressed in a full Peach colorway. The shoe includes Mint lining and matching Mint midsoles atop a translucent Peach outsole.

The right tongue of this LCS R1000 model displays Titolo’s circular anniversary logo, while the left exhibits the triangular emblem of Le Coq Sportif.

Look for the Titolo x Le Coq Sportif R1000 “Mellow Mint” to release exclusively at Titolo on Saturday, November 26th, 2016. A wider release will take place on Saturday, December 3rd at select premium retail stores.

Titolo x Le Coq Sportif R1000 Mellow Mint

Titolo x Le Coq Sportif R1000 Mellow Mint

Titolo x Le Coq Sportif R1000 Mellow Mint

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