They’re known as “sneakers” in NY, “tennis shoes” in LA, but the Brits quite sensibly call them “trainers.” The Harrier has been the trainer of choice in England since 1968. Britain’s Gola was founded in 1905 and has become the footwear of choice by celebrities of sport and stage, alike. The Harrier, striped with the brand’s signature wingflash logo, has been a style icon since its debut and is still faithfully made in England. Crafted of supple leathers and set on rubber soles, it brings style and needed traction while on board.
We found this featured pair listed in Guidebook for $195. You can check out the full line at Gola.