Shrouded in mystery and elusivity, Suicoke is the Japanese brand with a cult following creating outdoor footwear and sandals with both form and function at their core. Founded in 2006 by anonymous creative members, Suicoke originally began designing niche accessories such as hand-painted Russian Matryoshka dolls and kitschy lamps before transitioning their design practice to contemporary footwear. With “Outdoors Style” being intrinsically tied to Japanese culture, Suicoke found immediate success at home before gaining momentum internationally through a string of high-profile collaborations with the likes of Stussy, Nepenthes, BAPE, Moncler, and Norse Projects. Exclusively committed to designing with Italian Vibram rubber soles, Suicoke produces sandals and footwear that have a rugged durability and functionality. Never short on creative design, adjustable neoprene and nylon straps introduce an aesthetic of utilitarianism, and the bold silhouette of the Vibram sole and geometric shapes work as an eclectic statement on the laid-back luxury of Japanese style.