Jeremy Lin was photographed wearing Six Hundred Four last night in New York. The Brooklyn Nets point guard looked dapper completing his look with Six Hundred Four’s Karemaker – Cambie Hi Shoes ($290; www.sixhundredfour.com).
At Six Hundred Four, we live by one simple principle: shoes can be shoes; or they can be a storytelling piece of art. If you don’t like telling stories, whether verbally or through what you wear, then our shoes probably aren’t for you. We commission talented artists to create original art pieces, that we then digitally print onto our shoes in unique ways. Each artist is fairly compensated through an up front payment and commissions on shoe sales. Each artist is featured on a total of 604 pairs, spread across four styles. That means we only make about 151 pairs in each style! Every pair is laser-engraved on the right sole with a unique identification number specific to that one pair. We go through an extensive development process, sourcing the best quality materials from around the world. Every pair is hand crafted with careful precision.
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