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Far from being only for tourists, the Velcro sandal is regaining popularity with Suicoke. Founded in 2006 in Tokyo, its creator and its origins remain a mystery so that the public can focus on the products rather than the designer. Before venturing into footwear territory, Suicoke sold small accessories such as hand-painted Russian dolls, Matryoshka lamps and pens. With the launch of its shoe line, Suicoke crossed the borders of Japan and conquered the wardrobes of fashion lovers around the world. And its recipe for success lies in designing footwear using geometric shapes and advanced technology, promising unparalleled comfort. Suicoke makes its sandals with Vibram soles from the famous Italian manufacturer, or Vibram Arctic Grip, ensuring that certain models get the best grip on an icy ground. They are also produced using water-resistant and anti-bacterial materials that stand the test of time. To ensure the natural development of the heel and foot arch, the shoe's shape is studied with minute detail and designed with an ergonomic aesthetic that helps improve posture. While technical innovation is at the core of Suicoke production, the label does not forget about its style potential. The key models to watch: Kisee-V, Depa and Moto Cab. With camouflage print designs, VELCRO® mules, serrated flip flops with a knitted upper, and unisex neoprene or nylon sandals, the label's options are endless, attracting outdoor adventure enthusiasts and fashionistas alike. Even Palm Angels and Moncler are getting their hands on these casual yet luxurious creations, by integrating them into their own fashion shows. These partnerships are sure to raise Suicoke's profile, as will its multiple collaborations with Stussy, Norse Project, Slam Jam, Beams and Blue Blue Japan.> View more