Taking on more of a traditional hiking boot colorway, the design sees light-brown nubuck uppers, red rope laces, D rings with lace hooks, and an articulated sole that packs an EVA midsole, TPU spoiler, a carbon fiber plate, and a special Vibram Megagrip rubber compound treaded sole that is raised 4.5 cm in height. To keep the wearer dry, Moncler has also incorporated a water-repellent GORE-TEX membrane. fragment design branding arrives on the lateral side, heel, insole, and on the tongue.
There’s no release date yet, but to give you an idea of pricing, the non-collaborative TrailGrip GTX High retails for roughly $700 USD.
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