As the son of world travelers and an amateur traveler myself, I take a lot of pride in looking the part when I walk into an airport terminal. I was raised to look presentable when travelling and I will definitely be passing that tradition on to my own kids.
Lately, I have realized that, along with clothes and footwear, your luggage casts a serious impression of you. I must say that I haven’t exactly been known to carry around the flyest luggage, to say the least, but that’s about to change.
When I think Diesel, I think watches and jeans, so I’m still taken back by the fact that they’ve entered broader categories, in this case, luggage. The Diesel Strong Duffle is some fly a** s**t. It’s a rectangular olive green canvas duffle with a wraparound leather belt detail at the top and so much more.
‘Nuff said. Click here to cop the Diesel Strong Duffle.
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Tagged belt, canvas, detail, diesel, Duffle, leather, luggage, olive green, Strong, traveler, wraparound
White and grey high top shoe with white lace-up. Black and white striped inner lining. Circular white patch at top left. Grey logo patch at tongue. Tone on tone stitching.
Textile and leather upper man made sole.
Glamrock Black Shoes
Leather high top sneakers with round laces and velcro adjustment strap with tabs at top. Tonal mid soles. Signature logo at tongue and at back.
Exposure High Cinnamon Shoes
High cut lace up sneakers with padding. Side zip closure. Contrast textured toe cap and midsole. Tone on tone stitching throughout. Signature logo imprint at tongue and print at midsole.
I realize that this post is on crack, but I just had to do it. I honestly never knew that Diesel made footwear. I’ve always known Diesel for making fly timepieces, but I had no idea they had sneaker lines, so when I saw these last night I was shocked, to say the least.
My favorite pair is probably the Exposure High Cinnamon Shoes. I don’t think I ever had any cinnamon shoes, so that would def be a first, but three things really got me: hi-tops, soles, and the zipper.
Click here to go to the Diesel website for more info.