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Ranbir's Elephant Inspired Sneakers Resell For Rs 1.04 Lakhs & All We Want To Do Is Bow Down



Ranbir Kapoor is a proud owner of some of the most expensive sneakers. His personal style though has always been constant - a pair of jeans coupled with a basic T-shirt or a hoodie. But man, the sneakers he wears with these ensembles are a feast for sore eyes. From wearing Jordan 1 Retro High Dior to making a statement in Prada sneakers, Ranbir has time and again given us a peek at some of his 'ferociously expensive' sneakers.

Ranbir Kapoor © Viral Bhayani

Ranbir Kapoor © Viral Bhayani

Ranbir was recently spotted out and about in the city. He was seen in his casual self, wearing quite a basic outfit, that comprised of a full-sleeved T-shirt and military-inspired cargo pants. What isn't basic here are definitely the sneakers he wore.

Take a look:

Sneaker © Stockx

Ranbir is wearing Nike Air Max 1 Atmos x Jordan. The pair has striking visual elements. The pair stays true to its colouring seen on the tongue and heel branding. Furthermore, the shoes are inspired by an elephant in the water. Similar to the iconic Air Jordan 3, the print is used keeping in mind modern street life.  

Sneaker © Stockx

Given that Ranbir is more into buying extravagant pairs, this one was expected to be another costly addition. At this time, these sneakers resell for Rs 1.04 Lakh in the resale market. Ranbir might have laid his hands on this pair when they were released in the market but it won't come as a surprise even if he spent a lakh on this pair. 

Ranbir Kapoor © Viral Bhayani

Coming to his outfit, we are pretty impressed with this combination. It's a dope outfit with a subtle tone, oversized T-shirt and cargo pants, with large pockets. The sneakers here are a statement piece that amplified Ranbir's basic, normcore outfit. As for accessories, he chose the usual New York Yankees Cap and a super protective mask.

Ranbir Kapoor © Viral Bhayani

On the work front, Ranbir has several projects including Brahmāstra, Shamshera lined up for him in 2021.

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