Noah pays homage to Solovair

First known as NPS and originally founded in Northamptonshire, England all the way back in 1881, Solovair is a highly respected shoe and boot maker that got started making footwear for the British army. Originally known as NPS, they were founded in Northamptonshire, England, and played a major role in creating Doc Martens in the 1960s.

To this day Solovair still makes its shoes with the same machine that they used to create the original Doc Martens. 

The new Noah x Solovair Gibson takes a dress shoe and gives it a streetwear vibe, with an all leather build, stark black toebox, and red & green paneling. An embossed Knights Templar cross can be seen on the lateral heel, and silver metal eyelets have been added to the lacing design. Final features include co-branded detailing on the leather footbed and white stiching on the black lug sole.

The Noah x Solovair Gibson Shoe is selling fast, so hurry over to where they retail for $188 USD.