Brand: and wander x Salomon

Model: XT-6 and ODYSSEY

Release Date: September 1

Price: TBC

Buy: Online at Salomon

Editor's Notes: There's nothing easy about crafting high-quality, high-performance outdoor gear, yet and wander has mastered it with great finesse. Collection-to-collection it's proven its merit, serving up some of the industry's hottest, most desirable gear.

Owning two of its Pertex Shield Rain Jackets myself, I can attest to the levels that it's set. If you're ever caught in a spell of rain, which as a Brit, we more often than not are, one of these will keep you on top of things.

You can never go wrong pairing a slick piece of Gorp outerwear with a pair of Salomons. It's bread and butter, almost feeling wrong not to do so. That's why their collaborative collections are such a success; they just make sense.

Having previously connected on several silhouettes including the Outpath GORE-TEX, Crosshike, Reflective Highcut, XA AMPHIB BOLD, and the highly favored XT-6, and wander and Salomon have put their best foot forward for their first collection of FW22.

Once again framing the XT-6, the duo having seemingly taken notes from the "Apricot Buff" colorway that launched earlier this year as part of Salomon's SS22 line-up (which included several bangers that shouldn't go a miss), creating an irresistible palette. Up top, you'll find a deep orange hue contrasted by striking silver, while an intense shade of green wraps itself around the shoe's midsection.

While the finishing touches to the XT-6 arrive in black and white, the ODYSSEY sneaker comes touched up in a seasonally appropriate pairing of black and green.

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