Jack Purcell Archive Print Low Top
CAD $80.00

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Jack Purcell Archive Print Low Top

Direct from our archive, the iconic Jack Purcell in rereleased prints. Originally designed and worn by badminton world champ Jack Purcell, these sneakers have been an icon for low-key expression since 1935. Now available in prints pulled straight from our

Benefits

  • Brushed twill low top sneakers
  • Signature "smile" branding on toe cap
  • OrthoLite insole for comfort
  • Rubber sole with herringbone details

Jack Purcell Origins

Back in the 1935, legendary Canadian badminton champion Jack Purcell was undefeated worldwide — and increasingly frustrated with the quality of badminton footwear. In designing his own athletic shoe, Purcell created a canvas and rubber sneaker with a sign

Jack Purcell Archive Print Low Top
CAD $80.00

Black/Greige/White (165028C)

Direct from our archive, the iconic Jack Purcell in rereleased prints. Originally designed and worn by badminton world champ Jack ... more

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Jack Purcell Archive Print Low Top

Direct from our archive, the iconic Jack Purcell in rereleased prints. Originally designed and worn by badminton world champ Jack Purcell, these sneakers have been an icon for low-key expression since 1935. Now available in prints pulled straight from our

Benefits

  • Brushed twill low top sneakers
  • Signature "smile" branding on toe cap
  • OrthoLite insole for comfort
  • Rubber sole with herringbone details

Jack Purcell Origins

Back in the 1935, legendary Canadian badminton champion Jack Purcell was undefeated worldwide — and increasingly frustrated with the quality of badminton footwear. In designing his own athletic shoe, Purcell created a canvas and rubber sneaker with a sign