Found July 22, 2013 on More Than Stats:
Cleveland Cavaliers star  Tristian Thompson is definitely a guy to watch for when it comes to style. He has a very clean-cut look which favors pieces of high-end designers. Here below I have two similar looks Trisitan assembled consisting of red Balenciaga sneakers, and leather Pants. I love how the majority of his attire consisted of subtle hues, while his Balenciagas brought that pop of red to his looks. Which ensemble is your favorite? GET THE LOOK In photo 1 Tristian is wearing $545 Red Balenciaga ‘Arena’ Sneakers. In photo 2 Tristian elected for a pair of $555 Balenciaga ‘Pleated’ Sneakers. Leather Pants are definitely the trend right now, when it comes to leather pieces (Pants & Tops) I would recommend En Noir. photos via instagram This post NBA FASHION: Tristan Thompson’s Balenciaga Sneakers & leather Pants appeared first at Men's Style: Men's Fashion, Style Tips From Pro Athletes
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