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Flash some gorgeous color with soft knit comfort in the Mark Nason Los Angeles Palmilla - Dakota shoe. Soft woven knit mesh fabric upper in a slip on casual sneaker oxford with Memory Foam Lux insole. Rainbow heel accent and rainbow outsole.
The real Mark Nason. Don’t let his smooth and humble nature fool you. Mark’s passion is bold and his determination and expertise in footwear is a force to be reckoned with. He is a true footwear industry veteran with over 25 years of experience behind him. He currently serves as an executive vice president of Southern California-based Skechers and is a key contributor to the company’s tremendous growth.
In 2000, Mark created a couture line, to expose people to the creativity that’s within Skechers’ four walls. He launched a signature Mark Nason collection onto the fashion scene with an edgy boots-driven line inspired by rock ‘n’ roll. The collection was crafted in Italy with premium materials and elaborate detail, and worn by some of the biggest musicians and bands. Still devoted to the same philosophies, the signature label has reemerged nearly a decade later. Mark’s desire for a premium collection under the Skechers brand still holds true. He continues to bring the same passion for craftsmanship and art of making footwear to every style in the line.
Today, Mark Nason Los Angeles is a trend right collection of modern looks with unique materials and styling for men and women. Take hold and enjoy the ride.
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