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creative recreation shoes

jpgm

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so i've been chasing some creative recreation shoes for a while. i realise the crew over at superfuture are probably likely to have more answers for me, but unfortunately SF is down at the moment.

i've emailed CR to no avail, and all the retailers in australia have either stopped stocking the label, or have no idea about what is happening with them at the moment.

specifically, i am chasing the 'cesario lo' model in brown/white. revolve clothing carry that model, but not in the colourway i want.

any ideas as to where else on the web i could chase them down, or, what is happening with CR at the moment...? are they still an active company or have they gone down the drain?

any info would be much appreciated!

cheers


http://www.cr8tiverecreation.com/
 

Nick M

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Wow, they really like perforations.

I like the hiking-boot style grommets on the Cesario high-tops. And gingham sneakers!

Jpgm, who used to stock them in Australia?
 

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Nick M, I think your avatar is one of the funniest sequences in TV history.
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