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80's GERMAN TRAINER <WHITE>
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80's GERMAN TRAINER <WHITE>
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80's GERMAN TRAINER

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■ Product Description This product is a German trainer that was produced before the 1980s.
In the Czech Republic factory where German trainers were manufactured in the past, the last (wooden pattern), cutting knife, and outsole that were rolling in the corner of the warehouse. .. ..
The factory requested a reprint of the original, and it was completely reprinted with the specifications and manufacturing method using materials, shoelaces, etc.

The suede of the toe part has a scratch on the surface,
The original details have been faithfully reproduced, such as the intention of using the normally discarded leather lining.


■ Color variations
[WHITE] [BLACK] 2 colors

■ Size chart
40: 25.0cm-25.5cm / 41: 25.5cm-26.0cm
42: 26.0cm-26.5cm / 43: 26.5cm-27.0cm
44: 27.0cm-27.5cm / 45: 27.5cm-28.0cm

Material upper: cow leather x suede leather / sole: synthetic bottom

Country of origin Czech Republic


*We try to reproduce the color and texture of the product as faithfully as possible, but it may be slightly different from the actual product.

*Please note that the numbers on the sole are not in cm.

*Since it is an imported item, the shoe box may be damaged.
Please note.


■ Brand introduction
In 1994, a shoe designer Kiyoji Tanaka who visited on a business trip to Eastern Europe took over the last German training shoes, cut knives, and outsole molds that were randomly placed in one corner of the factory, and restored the German trainer to Japan. It is the beginning of all imports.
There are many replica models, but only the Tanaka Universal product can be called the original model.
While respecting history and tradition, we continue to maintain specifications up to today.