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Already Famous Airwalk ONE Shoe

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The Lava-Red Already Famous x Airwalk ONE shoe has arrived just in time for Spring.

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The iconic Airwalk ONE silhouette gets a streetwear-style makeover with its rich Lava-Red leather/suede combo upper, patent detail and a rubber cup-sole bottom. The five embroidered stars on the heel represent the boroughs of New York City, the birthplace of Already Famous. Designer and Already Famous Creative Director Mitchell Ware pulled inspiration from the original ONE shoe and NYC’s authentic skate scene in creating this limited edition.




“I took inspiration from the first Already Famous ONE black silhouette, and created a model that was a bit louder. A huge part of my personal style comes from color-blocking. Even though the shoes are an all-over infrared mix of materials, you can wear all black and let the shoes speak for themselves.”

– Mitchell Ware

Continuing to highlight NYC’s raw urban skateboarding movement, the Lava-Red Already Famous x Airwalk ONE screams authenticity and originality.

Already Famous x Airwalk ONE in Red – $65.00, available at

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