Right from the start, it was clear that this shoe was destined to be the ideal of lightness and softness. Presented within Christian Louboutin‘s exquisite sneaker collection, this one-of-a-kind style made its grand debut during Paris Fashion Week and is set to officially launch in late August 2023. Undoubtedly, it is the standout choice to keep an eye on this season.

Drawing inspiration from bold street styles of the 90s, this silhouette pays homage to the iconic basketball and skate sneakers of that era. Available in five beautiful colorways, including vibrant 90s hues, soothing pastels, and a sleek minimalist version, each iteration boasts an exciting fusion of materials and textures. Luxurious calfskin leather, supple suede, sleek satin, and laminated nappa combine harmoniously to create a visual spectacle.

The intricate details take center stage, with strong graphic lines, signature spikes adorning the back counter, a ‘CL’ varsity logo emblazoned on the vibrant outsole, and, of course, the iconic red sole—a true embodiment of the Maison’s distinctive style.

Sporting a sporty technical silhouette, the ASTROLOUBI sets new standards with its innovative construction. Meticulously engineered, the upper elements seamlessly merge with a stretchy, lightweight, knitted tongue. Combined with the soft and flexible strobel sport’s lasting construction and a lightweight cupsole, this shoe will embrace, support, and comfort your foot like never before.

Speaking of comfort, brace yourself for an unparalleled experience. The lightest low-top sneaker ever produced weighs a remarkable 20% less than its all-leather counterparts. To enhance the feeling of weightlessness,  Christian Louboutin incorporated a featherlight, breathable lycra-covered open foam Loubi red footbed, ensuring your foot can breathe and relax. Additionally, the shoe features a durable, fast-drying red lining, perfect for those who aim to soar higher and faster on the court. It’s time to unleash your inner baller and watch yourself fly!

Check out some photos from the presentation below: