Nick Sisombath’s California-based sneaker (and now also apparel) label Collegium is growing from strength to strength, following up on various Stateside pop-ups with a new silhouette: the Pillar Court II.Arriving in four colorways — “Nero/Gum,” “Bianco/Nero/Gum,” “Chalk,” or “Oxford Green” — we find a shoe that’s noticeably inspired by German Army Trainers. Using Italian calfskin, Collegium creates panels of overlapping leather and suede to distinguish the GAT elements, adding the classic footwear design aesthetic to the front of the shoe. Moving up, a bar of leather darts through the mid-panel, complementing the stamp-branded tongue tag and color-coded heel tab.Regardless of the color you opt for, Collegium serves its sneaker atop an Italian Margom rubber outsole, and accents the pairs with removable PU insoles and two sets of premium cotton laces, allowing you to customize the look of your Pillar Court II.To elevate the experience, Collegium has produced the sneaker in Italy, selecting talents who can make the shoes by hand. All these elements add up for a seriously luxurious sneaker, but per Collegium norms, there’s no premium price tag here. Instead, the Pillar Court II, which drops at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST on April 15, costs just $225 USD.Take a closer look at the silhouette above, and head over to Collegium’s website to cop them when they drop.In other news, Blackstock & Webber are teaming up with JJJJound on a slick pair of loafers.