New Arrivals Product In Focus Lacoste Lacoste Footwear Marice 118 1 Cam Marice 218 1 Cam Marice Canvas Slip-Ons

Lacoste's Marice Slip-Ons Gets an Update | EQVVS

Janeen Harding on Thu, Apr 19, 18

Fashion is a fickle thing. Trends come and go, clothing styles change and every so often, pieces of footwear are revamped for a fresh new look – like the Marice Canvas Slip-Ons from Lacoste. One of the brand’s most popular styles of footwear, the Marice Slip-Ons return this season with a few new tweaks that are guaranteed to help liven up your collection. Read on to find out more. If you’re after a comfortable, easy to wear and stylish piece of footwear you can wear this summer, then the Marice Canvas Slip-Ons certainly ticks all those boxes. They boast a laidback style and they will no doubt pair well with almost any outfit – provided that it’s not a full tuxedo or a business suit. With a premium upper canvas and left unlined for a collapsible style, these slip-on shoes will definitely make for an easy to pack item when you go away on a hot holiday. This season, there are two new variations of the Marice Cam Canvas Slip-Ons and they are the Marice 118 1 Cam and the Marice 218 1 Cam. The similarities? Both shoes have been crafted with Ortholite insoles to ensure ultimate comfort, so all-day wear is more than possible when you’ve got these stylish slip-ons. The 118 and 218 styles both have a hidden elastic on the instep for easier access and they’ve also been manufactured with durable rubber soles. And of course, the pièce de résistance to most, if not all Lacoste products, is the signature logo – the iconic crocodile that so encapsulated René Lacoste’s playing style on the tennis court – which is embroidered on the outstep of the shoe. Now onto the differences. First off, let’s begin with the ankle panelling. The 118 1 Cam model features a contrast panel with white stitching all around to make it pop as well as a slither of leather stitched to the top of the panelling. On the 218 1 Cam model however, the white panelled stitching as well as that little leather addition has been removed in favour of a contrast woven panel. The next difference, albeit a small one, is the signature logo, more specifically, its colour. On the 118 1 Cam, the logo is tonal while the logo on the 218 1 Cam goes back to its roots and is the same colour as the original – green, white and red. Now onto the differences. First off, let’s begin with the ankle panelling. The 118 1 Cam model features a contrast panel with white stitching all around to make it pop as well as a slither of leather stitched to the top of the panelling. On the 218 1 Cam model however, the white panelled stitching as well as that little leather addition has been removed in favour of a contrast woven panel. The next difference, albeit a small one, is the signature logo, more specifically, its colour. On the 118 1 Cam, the logo is tonal while the logo on the 218 1 Cam goes back to its roots and is the same colour as the original – green, white and red. The last detail can be found on the 218 1 Cam alone – a light brown stripe that sits above the textured rubber sole. Although the similarities and differences between the styles can be considered quite minute, these details marry together and they do it very well to create a premium piece of casual footwear worthy of a place in your summer wardrobe. Ready to introduce them to your collection? Of course you are. Discover more styles of premium footwear from a range of brands, including Mason Garments, Boss Green, Grenson and more.

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