Paris-based boutique The Broken Arm teams up with Salomon advanced on a new model this year. They chose the Advanced Shelter CSWP — a shot that’s built to hold up under extreme cold weather environments. The shoe has a a fully waterproof-protected inner bootie and light insulation . It’s made over a welded construction to reduce the weight, but with the stability provided via its chassis system and rugged sole unit. There are two colorways available and you can purchase them via Salomon or The Broken Arm. The sneaker-boot hybrid retails for $183 USD.
Visvim came into prominence through their release of the FBT way back when. The UTE Moc Trainer takes a similar approach with a moccasin design but with a higher taller, mid cut. Crafted frow a supple cow suede upper, the shoe features a stretch woven heel with a tonal herringbone pattern. The Vibram sole gives a more casual comfortable feel the the design and the hand painted tongue tag is a tasteful touch.
Available at Haven.
You may have heard of foot the coacher before via their collaboration with The Soloist. The japanese footwear company hones in bespoke level shoes and sneakers. This season foot the coacher offers up something a collection of new offering using high grade cowhide leathers and the Vibram soles. Of particular interest are these joints, a punk-inspired creeper style with a woven upper and piping at the toe box. The closure comes via metal D-ring lace loops with woven two-tone laces. The shoe sits on top of a Vibram® Moreflex outsole Goodyear welt construction allows the sole to be replaced when worn out. The entire collaboration is available via HAVEN.
The FBT is an iconic Visvim model and also one if it’s most popular. The elk leather version popped up in the mid 2000’s and its awesome to see it brought back. There’s something undeniably luxurious about ‘elk leather’ and only someone as dedicated as Hiroki would think of turning it into a moccasin. A vibram … Read more
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