Manchester-based streetwear label Clints has just unveiled a brand-new iteration of its TRL 2.0 sneaker — and Junior Clints’ brand took to the streets of Paris to reveal the new style, along with a selection of new T-shirts, varsity jackets, and accessories.
Recently, Clints has been consistently presenting new styles — in its Manchester-based flagship store first, and then online — that continue to define what the label stands for. Speaking in a recent interview with Hypebeast, Clints founder, Junior Clint said: “Some of the stuff we make, we know it might not be a popular opinion on what’s currently trending, but we know it solidifies our identity and what we stand for.”
This ethos is encapsulated perfectly in the brand’s new TRL 2.0 iteration. Following the presentation of various versions of the shoe — which has come in all different shades from black and white to orange and silver — Clints has now dropped a new France-inspired colorway in a royal blue tone.
Designed as a classic trek shoe, the design features a Neoprene upper with layered paneling for increased ankle and foot support. Additionally, rubber branding has been included on the heels, as well as on the branded toe puff. Rounding off the design, the blue sneaker comes with an EVA midsole and reflective 3M details.
What’s more, is that the Paris-based pop-up also included a selection of new styles, including a varsity jacket in the same hue of the TRL — and it comes complemented with classic Clints branding across the chest alongside tailored detailing on the sleeves and waist. Furthermore, the label has also included a new T-shirt as well as a rounded cap in the same blue color scheme with the France international flag on the side.
You can take a closer look at the new Clints garments above — as well as what went down at the Paris pop-up above — and be sure to keep an eye on the brand’s official Instagram page for further wider release details of the new TRL 2.0.
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