Its history begins in 1892 with shoemaker Patrick Beneteau and his sons in the village of Pouzorges in western France. In 1930, PATRICK received high praise for its sports shoes, mainly soccer cleats, and in 1972, the ``two lines'' sharply engraved on the back of the shoes were introduced, further strengthening the brand's image. After that, it attracted attention from the fashion-conscious people of Paris, and in 1978, it first landed in Japan. At the time, sneakers were attracting attention only for their functionality, but PATRICK's vivid coloring and sophisticated form secretly attracted the attention of fashionistas who were not influenced by trends.
This is the classic model "BRONX" that every Patrick fan of yesteryear will definitely own a pair of. This model has been around for 30 years, with its timeless, vivid coloring and sophisticated form. In 1998, production was switched from a French factory to a domestic factory, faithfully reproducing French Made. Among Patrick's sneakers, these have a wide opening and a relaxed fit. The retro atmosphere is also popular among women.
Material: Nylon mesh x velor (steer leather) Country of Origin: Japan
*Size notation is for reference only. Even if it is the same model, the size may differ depending on the material etc. Please note.