New footwear label Oliver Cabell continues its winning streak of weekly releases by dropping its best-seller, the Low 1 white sneaker in a unique perforated design. Selling over 3,000 pairs since February and with a waiting list of over 2k, grabbing a pair of the new perforated design will allow you to beat the cue.
The Low 1 is an iconic low-top silhouette handcrafted with luxury materials. We’re talking full grain calfskin leather sourced from Veneto, Italy on the upper, counters and footbed. The outsole is Italian 70 Shore A rubber and inside you will find Spanish cowhide leather lining. The laces are Italian waxed cotton, and each pair of Oliver Cabell shoes is Hand stitched and lasted in Albacete, Spain. The Low 1 in Perforated White also comes in a branded box with cotton dust bag.
What I like is Oliver Cabell’s approach to honesty. Along with a description, each pair of shoes comes with a price breakdown, explaining exactly why a pair of shoes costs what it does and how much profit the label makes. Here’s the breakdown for the Low 1 Perforated White.
Leather: $8.04, Lining: $3.12, Outsoles: $6.60, In-soles: $1.80, Cutting/Manufacturing/Quality Control: $29.88, Packaging: $3.96, Transit: $12.43, Duties: $5.36, Shipping: $11.50.
Oliver Cabell’s Low 1 in Perforated White is available now for USD $185 per pair. Be sure to take a look at Oliver Cabell’s Chelsea Boot before they sell out.