Tefors FLEX 2 Sneakers

If you find yourself in the market for footwear which perfectly straddles the line between leisure and formal, you can call off the hunt because you’ve found it in the shape of these FLEX 2 Sneakers from Tefors which are funding over on Kickstarter now. This first class footwear boasts comfort, an elegant design, Italian leather, recycled plastic and cork materials, X-Light tech, a padded interior, anti-bacterial insole to make them the ultimate all day shoe.

The Tefors FLEX 2 Sneakers on Kickstarter are available for the excellent early bird pricing of $135, down from the final retail price of $229, so if you like to bag footwear bargains, now is the time to do it. This cracking footwear offers unparalleled comfort and the sort of classy yet sporty aesthetic that will go with more or less any outfit choices this summer and autumn.

Tangible Quality

Each pair of these Tefors FLEX 2 Sneakers is hand-crafted in Europe and boasts the sort of quality you wouldn’t expect to see on footwear that can be on your feet for under $150 (during the Kickstarter campaign at least). Tefors have completely redesigned the classic Oxford shoe for the FLEX 2 and it has the elegance of a work shoe with all the comfort and performance of a sneaker. Win, win.

There are no less than 12 (yes, 12) different styles to choose from with the Tefors FLEX 2 footwear and includes everything from sneakers to boots so you’ll be able to find the ideal offering for your own personal style persuasion. Made from a premium Italian leather, this footwear is a cut above and their lightweight design and flexible performance means they are suitable for wearing just about anywhere.

Principally crafted from recycled plastics and cork, there is an eco-friendliness to the FLEX 2 footwear from Trefors and the fact it’s available for such a bargain price during the Kickstarter campaign is the real icing on the cake. Comfortable, versatile, lightweight and devilishly dapper to say the least, what’s not to like about FLEX 2? Head on over to Kickstarter now to get your hands on a pair.

Leo Davie
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