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HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson
HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson
HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson
HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson
HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson
HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson
HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson
HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson
HOKA / Engineered Garments / Jerald Johnson

Brand: Engineered Garments x HOKA ONE ONE

Model: Tor Ultra Low

Key Features: Coming in three colorways, a mixed-material upper features several leather overlays, a rubber toe guard, and HOKA’s eVent technology, which keeps the shoe waterproof yet breathable. An extra-chunky Vibram outsole completes the look.

Release Date: October 22

Price: $200

Buy: DTC and select Engineered Garments stores in New York and Tokyo, as well hokaoneone.com.

Editor’s Notes: Engineered Garments and HOKA ONE ONE have teamed up once again, this time on the California footwear brand’s Tor Ultra Low. The silhouette was originally a high-top hiking boot but has been modified into a low-top design, drawing more attention to a super-bulky midsole reminiscent of the tires on a 4×4 truck.

The Engineered Garments x HOKA ONE ONE Tor Ultra Low initially came to our attention via Japanese magazine Go Out, with the shoe coming in three colorways: gray, black, and black/red.

Certain sizes of all three colorways are still available to purchase on hokaoneone.com after dropping yesterday, October 22.

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