When Mango is finally released in America in 2019, the answer will most likely be no sooner than the summer of 2020.
Mango’s makers are confident the footwear will be popular in the U.S., but they’ve been careful to keep their eyes peeled for competitors.
They know that American consumers don’t like the idea of buying shoes made in China or Taiwan, so the idea behind this shoe is to get Americans to buy shoes made by a company with the same philosophy and commitment to quality and craftsmanship.
The new Mango X2 will come with a wide range of materials and materials that are available in other brands, including leather, suede, nylon, rubber and carbon fiber.
The company says the X2’s construction and leather upper are made of materials that can withstand extreme temperatures.
“We’ve made sure that the Mango will be comfortable for the people who wear it, but also for the fans who enjoy it,” said Marc Narducci, vice president of brand and business development at Mango.
“They won’t be able to tell the difference between the Mamba and the Mambo.”
Mango XS and XS+ are both expected to be released in late 2019, with the XS being a limited-edition model and the X+ being a premium version.