Cariuma just launched a new style and based on the popularity of some of the brand’s other pairs, it’s only a matter of time before it sells out. Earlier this year, Cariuma’s IBI sneaker racked up a 12,000 person waitlist, and the OCA sneaker was almost equally in demand.
Today, the sustainable sneaker brand announced the launch of its Catiba Pro, a skate style-inspired shoe that’s made to be durable, comfortable and long-lasting whether you’re sporting it to run errands or to take a spin around the neighborhood on your longboard. The upper is made from a soft suede and cotton blend canvas and the sole is totally slip-resistant, thanks to its 100 percent natural rubber material. As for the insole, it features Cariuma’s signature bio-based cork as well as memory foam that’s meant to mimic the anatomy of your foot for arch support and comfort.
The new style comes in five different colorways and features mens’ and womens’ sizing options. As of now, all sizes and shades are still in stock, but we highly doubt that will last given the buzz these shoes have been generating. “Love the look of these. Already ordered a pair, can’t wait to skate in them,” wrote one Instagram user on Cariuma’s announcement post. “Looks amazing,” said another.
Our advice? Claim your pair now while you still can. Shop the five variations below.
1. Grey Contrast/Ivory
We’ve been on the hunt for a new fall sneaker, and between the suede and smoky grey coloring, these just might be it.
2. Off-White Vintage/Black
The black leather logo on the side makes these way more interesting than the boring white Supergas we’re used to rocking.
3. Black Contrast/Ivory
This simple black and white combo will go with everything so go ahead, wear ’em every day of the week if you want to.
4. All Black/Ivory
Prefer a sleeker look? Go with the all-black version.
5. Off-White Vintage Gum/Black
We have a confession to make: We don’t skate. But that doesn’t mean we can’t rock these anyway.
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