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The Broken Arm

Brand: The Broken Arm x Salomon

Model: X-Desalpes

Release Date: Available now

Price: Approximately $210

Buy: The Broken Arm

What We’re Saying: Easily one of Salomon's best collaborators, The Broken Arm is back with its latest entry alongside the French sportswear brand to get you through all your summer adventures. The X-Desalpes is named after "Désalpe," a traditional party for mountain dwellers celebrating the return of herds that have been grazing for the season.

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As The Broken Arm points out on Instagram, the collaborative X-Desalpes is a nod to the "cultural wealth of the Alps in particular, and of mountains in general." Designed to tackle virtually any terrain, the performance-minded sneaker combines leather and GORE-TEX to deliver a durable shoe for every outdoor situation. Salomon's patented Edging Chassis allows you to handle the most technical trails, while also improving lateral support for scrambling. You're also sure to withstand the elements thanks to the breathable GORE-TEX sockliner as well as the 3D banding system and anti-debris mesh.

Building upon an ever-fruitful partnership that dates back to 2015, you can purchase the newest The Broken Arm x Salomon collab by following the link below. And for more Salomon footwear to don both on and off the trails, head here.

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