Camper revives a shoe model

Camper has brought back the Camaleón model after a 46-year hiatus. The original, released in 1975, was patterned after the shoes of Mallorcan peasants. The redesign has eliminated all but six percent of the virgin plastic from the sole, substituting natural and recycled materials. The upper is made of cotton ...

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