The duo opted for a muted colorway, dressing the S/Lab XT-6 ADV trail-runner in mostly black with yellow trim on the foxing and sock liner. Black on black branding along the tongue and on the upper gives the project a stealthy look, with a white midsole and black outsole adding contrast.
Although Salomon is a high-performance brand that puts most of its emphasis on function, the French label has become an expert collaborator, churning out a number of high-profile co-designs to go alongside its stable of strong in-line colorways. Past collaborators include The Broken Arm, Satisfy, and 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi. This latest effort will likely be part of Salomon’s SS20 lineup.
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