Frequency Mid Top (Women's)

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$68

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Although these might be called “Frequency,” California-based artist Maliheh Salari’s cozy Bucketfeet definitely wont hertz your feet. These beige mid-tops stay true to its namesake with a design inspired by repetition. This subtle, yet meticulous design at the shoe’s toe cap represents the idea that everything in the world repeats itself, but each time has something that changes and makes it unique.

  • Mid-top silhouette
  • Leather and canvas materials
  • Artist-design screen print on canvas
  • 100% cotton lining
  • Arch vents for enhanced airflow
  • Cushion & comfort bubbles
  • Removable in-sole

Maliheh Salari Artist

Pleasant Hill, CA

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Although these might be called “Frequency,” California-based artist Maliheh Salari’s cozy Bucketfeet definitely wont hertz your feet. These beige mid-tops stay true to its namesake with a design inspired by repetition. This subtle, yet meticulous design at the shoe’s toe cap represents the idea that everything in the world repeats itself, but each time has something that changes and makes it unique.

  • Mid-top silhouette
  • Leather and canvas materials
  • Artist-design screen print on canvas
  • 100% cotton lining
  • Arch vents for enhanced airflow
  • Cushion & comfort bubbles
  • Removable in-sole

Maliheh Salari

Pleasant Hill, CA

If Maliheh Salari wasn’t physically drawing something as a child she was drawing in her head. This childhood urge to take pen to paper never left Maliheh, following her through adulthood, where she now works as a professional graphic designer. The Iranian-born artist draws inspiration from the ordinary, feeling that even the most boring moments can be inspiring if we look at them from a different perspective. Coming from a country with such old traditions and diversity, Maliheh draws from her Iranian heritage of creative arts and crafts. However, it wasn’t until Maliheh moved to Pleasant Hill, California that she felt like she had a new window of opportunity in which to showcase her artwork and share with the world.

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