Po-Zu Announce X-Wing Pilot Black Low Cut Lace-up Vegan Sneaker

Celebrate Star Wars Day — May the Fourth — with a new release from Po-Zu, X-Wing Pilot black low cut lace-up sneakers in organic cotton.

Shoot for the stars with the new X-WING PILOT low cut vegan lace-up Sneakers by Po-Zu.

They’re the fearless starpilots of the Resistance and now you can stay sharp in formation as Po-Zu launch the new X-WING PILOT low cut vegan lace-up Sneakers.

Introduced in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the T-70 X-wing is an iconic symbol of the fight against tyranny and Resistance X-wing pilots are at the leading edge of the struggle against the First Order. Po-Zu have taken Black Squadron leader Poe Dameron and the workhorse of the Resistance fleet itself, the Incom T-70 X-wing and designed a memorable piece that will be the heart and soul of the fight against Supreme Leader Snoke and his forces.

The new sneaker is the latest in the range of co-branded Star Wars footwear to be released by pioneering ethical shoe brand, Po-Zu, under license by Lucasfilm and Disney. The instantly recognisable flight helmet of Poe and a trio of soaring T-70 X-wings, first seen in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, run along the side of the organic canvas and can be yours on May 4th, recognised worldwide as Star Wars Day.

The new vegan and unisex low-cuts will retail at £59, with the design beautifully printed onto organic cotton and signature Star Wars | Po-Zu tongue detail.

The sneakers, made with organic cotton canvas upper, a coconut husk and natural latex FootMattress™ and FSC certified Fair Trade rubber soles, follow the sustainability pillars on which Founder and CEO Sven Segal, began Po-Zu 11 years ago.

The new sneakers will sit alongside Po-Zu’s Portuguese range, complementing the current product offering of high-quality leather and non-leather premium products, inspired by the footwear of main characters in the films such as Rey, Finn, Luke, Chewbacca and Poe.

Take the link here to get these new shoes — happy hunting!

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