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Axel Arigato

It's hard to imagine today's streetwear scene without Axel Arigato's high-end sneaker designs stomping the pavement.
Founded in only 2014 by Albin Johannson and Max Svärdh in Sweden, Axel Arigato bridges the gap between the luxury market and the sneaker scene with models like the refreshingly clean-lined Dice, Atlas and Orbit.

Each of Axel Arigato's sneaker models is designed with sustainability in mind.
Working with a select number of European suppliers, all materials used in their products are carefully chosen.
Their leather comes from tanneries certified by the Leather Working Group, and additionally their cotton and polyester are sourced in a fair and sustainable way.
Axel Arigato works according to its own roadmap, and has plans to become even more sustainable in the near future.

The History of Axel Arigato

Swedish duo Albin Johannson and Max Svärdh founded Axel Arigato in 2014 after not being able to identify with any other brands currently out on the market, and wanting to change this.
The pair started talking to the community and sneaker enthusiasts, and researched what they wanted in a sneaker design.
Things went fast after their official launch. Starting as an online website, Axel Arigato soon established branches across Europe.
With stores in major cities including Paris, London and Stockholm, Johannson and Svärdh now hope to dominate the US market with their sleek designs in the near future.

Did you know?

The brand name 'Axel Arigato' pays homage to the concept of Japanese minimalism.
'Arigato' means thank you in Japanese, and it's something that the founders wanted to bring into the brand name.
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