Athletic brand Karhu launched in Helsinki in 1916 and were the first of many.One of those in particular was the three-stripes. Karhu held the rights to the three-stripes, which they later sold to Adidas for 1600 Euros and two bottles of whiskey. Meaning “bear” in Finnish, Karhu produces running shoes and active apparel designed for comfort and performance. The label is known for its proprietary footwear technology that provides optimal cushioning and support while efficiently propelling the body forward.
Part of the "Catch of the day" pack, the synchron version comes in nude. The four sneakers add color to the pack by connecting with a hint of bright green and 3M in each sneaker.