The Broken Arm and Salomon continue their partnership with a new silhouette rollout in the form of a Techamphibia. The duo has collaborated on a variety of releases in the past from the fan-favorite XT-4 to the early 2000s hiking shoe, XT-Quest 2.
While the French sportswear brand is highly recognized for the XT-4 and XT-6 models, the Parisian boutique decided to go for something less coveted this time and opted for a footwear structure that’s often presented as a water shoe. The Techamphibia works well for those venturing out for hikes, jumping into bodies of water and quickly drying off while keeping a steady pace on the move. Rather than being labeled as either, the shoe is both a sneaker and sandal providing ample amount of ventilation and comfort.
The installment at hand is wrapped with mesh over a white base featuring handpainted-like floral prints in green, yellow, purple and pink. A beige cage outfits the laterals matching the rest of the embellishments from the quick lacing system to the ankle straps and branding details. The rest of the uppers are done in black parallel with the midsole which sits over a dark Taupe rubber outsole.
Check out The Broken Arm x Salomon Techamphibia collaboration on boutique’s official website which retails for approximately $160 USD.
For more footwear-related news, Arc’teryx is making trail running easy with two new pairs of the “Norvan LD 3 GTX.”
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