JSP last teamed up with Padmore & Barnes through the JSPoets initiative — a collaboration between JSP and Poets — in September 2021 and now they’re running it back solo dolo by working directly with Padmore & Barnes on two vibrant, split-colored P404s. Dubbed “Campari” and “Pistachio,” each new colorway is inspired by the bright and bold tones on the cover of Ghostface Killah’s classic 1996 album Ironman, one of JSP founder Jimmy Gorecki’s favorite hip-hop albums.

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“Campari” boasts a raspberry and blueberry suede upper, while “Pistachio” mixes mint green and navy blue. Both pairs were constructed using Padmore & Barnes’ original “nature form” lasting process and each style’s signature detail is served up by its split toebox, though the lateral and medial sides feature alternate colorblocking as well. Two-tone overlays bring the top half together, and the duo is completed by a gold JSP hit stamped on the lateral heel plus a traditional crepe outsole.

Expect the JSP x Padmore & Barnes P404 collection to release on October 15 at Market by MARKET in Eagle Rock, California, then hit the JSP web shop on October 17. Shortly after the JSP web release, they’ll also touch down at Notre, END., and BAIT. The price for each pair is set at $200 USD.

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