For the forthcoming spring/summer season, contemporary Danish brand Norse Projects has teamed up with Japanese footwear manufacturer SUICOKE for its second seasonal collaboration. Building off the base of a modified SUICOKE KISEE-V silhouette, Norse Projects has included an industrial webbing overlay to the model’s nylon taping for added durability when tensioned under its adjustable neoprene straps. The collaboration’s Morflex Vibram sole is defined by raised arched detailing that leads through to the upper’s midfoot strapping and banded heel counter support. Unlike the duo’s previous collection, the latest capsule has been rendered in three monochromatic color variations with contrast detailing reserved to the grid-like web overlay and lower outsole. As shot by Copenhagen-based Luke Norman, the Norse Projects and SUICOKE collection has been presented as a series of stylized stills set against a selection of angular backgrounds for an image set cohesive to the design ideals of each collaborator. Check out the exclusive photographs above and head directly to Norse Projects to shop the complete collection of SUICOKE sandals for $240 USD each.