April 26, 2015 BY Yale Schalk / 0
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Earlier this month we received our first looks at this bright yellow creation from New York City-based fashion brand Public School, a sneaker directly inspired by one of the most visible representations of life in NYC. As this snapshot by mryumingwu shows, the M11 shares its colorway with the city’s MTA MetroCard, a transportation staple in New York since its introduction in 1993. Yellow and blue accenting on the lace loops combine for a stark contrast, while black runs the midsole and heel counter, and a speckled brown outsole completes the gritty, hard knock vibe.
Though sneakerhead sentiment probably leans very heavily on the opinion that these, along with Public School’s red and black Air Jordan 10, should be produced in great quantities and released, there are no such plans to do so. Only La La Anthony and others very well connected have access.
Thank God for photos, though, right?
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