After delivering a retro mid-top B57 sneaker in October of last year, Dior has returned to remix the shoe with a low-top silhouette.

Dubbed the “B57 Low,” the sneaker employs a smooth calfskin upper, with a Dior Oblique jacquard CD signature situated in the center of its design. Available in gray, black, beige, pale blue and midnight blue colorways, the shoe features several athletic details, including a perforated toe box, topstitching and a rubber insert. Meanwhile, the House’s motifs, like the Dior 57 signature tongue, CD signature eyelets and “Dior” midsole lettering, remind onlookers of the sneaker’s luxe origins.

The shoe boasts a welded, side-sewn construction that seamlessly connects the top component to the two-toned rubber sole. Like the mid-top version, the B57 Low prioritizes comfort with breathable mesh lining, a cushioned ankle and a snug insole with traditional iconography. Notably, both iterations offer an updated take on Dior’s B27 silhouette, which was first introduced in 2020 with a similar calfskin build and a “CD Diamond” signature.

Dior’s B57 Low sneakers are now available to shop on the brand’s webstore, with prices starting at $1,250 USD. The style fits true to size, per the brand. Take a look at the design in the gallery above.

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