Cross Shoes s Men Lotto Black Running wamUeE Cross Shoes s Men Lotto Black Running wamUeE Cross Shoes s Men Lotto Black Running wamUeE

Description

Lotto is now synonymous in the sports world with technological research and design innovation. The accompanying double lozenge figure representing two partially overlapping playing fields is a clear sign of company policy;committed from the beginning to soccer and tennis;and of an innate inclination towards active sport. The Lotto logo was created in 1973. Since then very few and only slight graphic variations have been made;thereby ensuring continuity of the brand image and maximum recognisability over the years. Lotto today distributes its products in about 100 countries;through independent sports article stores;specialised chain-stores and large stores with specialised sports departments. Continual attention to innovation is one of Lotto's main strengths. Technology;product design and Italian style are absolute requirements for Lotto's sports clothing and footwear;and also for leisure clothing and footwear. Italian style and technological innovation within the heart of sport. In Lotto's history;major sponsorships have always been the keystones to success stories.
Brand
Lotto
Product Code
FOOLOTTO-MEN-S-BUY-247027AEB859B
Color
Black
Size
UK 8
Material
Mesh
Type
Running
Sport
Running
Pattern
Solid
Sole Material
PU
Upper Material
Mesh
Disclaimer
Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings
Style Code
AR4851-060
Support
Subscribe
Subscribe to BirdNote

Sign up to receive a weekly email preview of the following week's shows!

Sign Up
Support BirdNote

Help BirdNote tell more stories, reach more people, and inspire action.

DONATE
They look a lot alike, but there are subtle differences...
Running Lotto Cross Black Men s Shoes VgMrP

You are here

Cross Shoes s Men Lotto Black Running wamUeE

Is that big black bird a crow or a raven? How can you tell? Ravens (seen right here) often travel in pairs, while crows (left) are seen in larger groups. Also, study the tail as the bird flies overhead. A crow's tail is shaped like a fan, while the raven's tail appears wedge-shaped. Another clue is to listen closely to the birds' calls. Crows give a cawing sound, but ravens produce a lower croaking sound. To learn more about crows and ravens, you can visit All About Birds. Or, get information when you take a class from your local Audubon society.

Full Transcript

Home
Shows
Galleries
Cross s Black Men Running Shoes Lotto Egag9 More

Search form

x

Sign up for BirdNote email