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If you follow Bradley Cooper's style, you know his outfits fall into one of two camps: teen hypebeast or total dad. There's no in-between.

His latest ensemble, however, managed to scream both "I'm-dating-a-29-year-old-model" and "father-of-one."

Cooper, 49, was recently photographed in New York City with said model, none other than Gigi Hadid. Naturally, Hadid looked effortlessly cool in a pair of bright red adidas, low-slung jean shorts, and a Miu Miu bag.

At first glance, Cooper's outfit is the total opposite. His baggy gym shorts are somehow out-schlubbed by a graphic tee that appears to read, "You Are Unique."

But a closer look reveals that he's still "got it" — or at least a young, plugged-in girlfriend who buys him shoes.

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Cooper's low-key cool kicks are Salomon's recent collaboration with KAR / L'Art de L'Automobile. Back in June, the two teamed up on a red, white, and blue iteration of the XT-4 OG, a trail-running shoe, that draws from the design of the legendary Porsche 911 GT1.

Cooper's shoe choice is a far cry from his trusty Travis Scott Nike Jordan 1s. They're also an entirely different breed than his Salomon X Ultra 4 hiking boots, a model easily found at REI or L.L. Bean. Instead, the L'Art x Salomon is a quieter shoe that still has a certain IYKYK appeal.

We have to hand it to Cooper (or whomever is responsible for his new shoes). We might love to hate his style choices, but his Salomons are worth saluting — in fact, they're good enough that we'll excuse the ZYN container he's clutching.

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