The PF Flyers X Ball and Buck Center Lo Sneaks are the Perfect Shoes for Summer’s End

first_img 1 of 4 The Best Documentaries on Netflix Right Now Next Editors’ Recommendations Buy it from Ball and Buck Buy it from PF Flyers Affordable Watch Hunting: 10 Best Timex Watches For Men Previous Your New Favorite Pair of Go-to Leather Shoes Just Got More Affordable What Wrangler Is Doing to Make Denim More Sustainable PF Flyers, the classic American shoe company perhaps best known to young adults (read Millennials) as the coveted sneakers of Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez from the delightful early ’90s baseball-nostalgi film The Sandlot, has teamed up with men’s lifestyle brand and retailer Ball and Buck for a late summer collaboration that has resulted in the best sneaker of the season. A throwback to the days when kids and boys tooled around without supervision and got into all sorts of escapades and adventures. Taking that old-school essence of freedom, agility, and athleticism that was imbued with every PF Flyer hi and lo-top pair of sneakers, the two brands have pumped up the nostalgia factor and created an American Classic once again entirely made in America.Holding true to PF Flyer classic design and styling, the shoes is made from white ballistic nylon, features a DESMA injected polyuerethane midsole to proivde ample cushioning, sports 12.29 oz canvas, 100% waxed cotton laces, an orange footbed, Debossed roger logo on the heel, an original Camo lining on the heel cap, and it was all made in the United States right in the great New England city of Boston, Massachusetts.“Four years ago we were honored when PF asked us to be their launch partner for the debut of their Made in USA collection that had been out of production for over 40 years. Now we couldn’t be more excited to be partnering up again for this unique collaboration. The shoe itself draws inspiration from the incredible heritage of PF, a brand that produced shoes for the Armed Forces back in World War II,” Ball and Buck said in a statement on the recent release.These kicks not only have a design history behind them, they’ve also got a fashionable future ahead of them. The neutral white coloring along with the tan stripe make this shoe an end of summer style staple. Wear with jeans, khakis, chinos, or shorts; these sneaks will match and look good with nearly any outfit you can conjure.PF Flyers X Ball and Buck Center Lo – $150 You Won’t Believe the Price Tags on 10 of the Most Expensive Shoes For Menlast_img read more

Saputo Q1 profit falls as various factors combine to offset higher revenue

MONTREAL — Saputo Inc. says its first-quarter profit was down from the same time last year as a result of numerous negative factors including the cost of acquisitions, operating costs, currency fluctuations and prices for some of its products.The Montreal-based company is Canada’s largest cheese maker and one of the largest in the world, with major operations in the United States and Australia.Its net income for the three months ended June 30 fell to $126 million or 32 cents per share, down from $200.3 million or 51 cents per share in last year’s fiscal first quarter.Adjusted net earnings dropped to $160.3 million or 41 cents per share after dilution, from 51 cents per share.Revenue increased to $3.27 billion from $2.89 billion, with some of the increase due to the acquisition of Australian dairy company Murray Goulburn and other acquisitions.Saputo also announced an increase to its quarterly dividend to 16.5 cents per share, payable Sept. 14, an increase of 3.1 per cent.Revenue was also positively affected by higher average cheese and butter prices, partially offset by lower prices for dairy ingredients and a $125-million negative impact from the value of Canada’s dollar against other currencies.Companies in this story: (TSX:SAP) read more

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