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Vegan High-Tops

Indie band No Age has designed a pair of vegan high-tops to hit shelves this fall.

Randy Randall and Dean Spunt can now add "sneaker architect" underneath "musician" and "fashion designer" on their résumés. Founders of the two-man band No Age, Randall and Spunt teamed up with skater and artist Ed Templeton to design a vegan high-top sneaker they've dubbed The Archer. These cruelty-free kicks will be included in Emerica's fall 2009 collection and will be available in limited quantities. The band also designs clothing for Altamont Apparel. Their latest EP, Losing Feeling, debuted early last week.

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