Oliver Cabell’s Low 1 Sneaker Looks Even Better Broken In

We’ve always been a fan of Oliver Cabell’s timeless, Italian-made Low 1 sneaker but there’s something to be said about their latest iterations, ones that look more distressed and broken in. Stitched and lasted in Marche, Italy using 3oz full grain calfskin leather, the sneaker’s fitted to a Margom Italian outsole, ensuring wearability and resilience.

The Oliver Cabell Low 1 is offered in a range of finishes, many of which have unique markings and discoloration.

The Low 1 “Fog” finish for example is an all-gray upper with contrast stitching, white circular logo on the side. Meanwhile, the laces and the midsole both look aged to perfection.

The Low 1 in White Wall is similar to the Fog finish but goes much lighter.

The Oliver Cabell Low in Wotherspoon is one of our favorites, taking an all-white sneaker and adding in panels of orange and blue. Throughout the shell are more aggressive scuffs and markings, helping to make the Low 1 show more signs of wear than they’ve actually experienced.


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