In February, FILA updated one of its classic silhouettes with a woven upper to create the Spaghetti Knit. Now, it’s dropped in a familiar colorway.
Stunting in an all white knitted upper, this Spaghetti Knit flaunts dark green and red accents, a possible nod to the classic Gucci colorway. Gold embroidery accents the base of the tongue and the quarter, while the lightweight upper rides atop a the bulky herringbone-equipped original tooling.
The FILA Spaghetti began its life in 1995 as the Stackhouse 1, Jerry Stackhouse’s first signature model with the brand. In 2007, the shoe was brought out of the FILA vault and renamed the Spaghetti.
The FILA Spaghetti Knit retails for $100 and is available now at fila.com in men’s sizes.
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