The designs will complement its new men’s suit collection.
Overall Q4 profits were strong, but Journeys remains challenged.
Journeys’ comparable sales dipped 6 percent during the holiday period.
Consumers have been seeking more retro styles and less of Journeys’ usual assortment of canvas sneakers.
Global market events such as Brexit and shifting trends likely contributed to the tough summer.
The shoe-retailer holding company said it was downgrading its expectations for the year after it was caught by a surprise dip in sales at Journeys.
More than 650 Journeys employees volunteered at 11 non-profit organizations throughout Nashville.
Q4 sales gained 4.4 percent, to $932 million, but Wall Street’s prediction for net sales of $939.42 million.