The collaborative pair is offered up in “PUMA Black” and features two of ADER error’s signature colors throughout — blue and grey. The splashes of blue are woven into the mesh, suede and webbing materials used for the upper in an erratic, digitally-themed manner, while grey has been used to line the tongue and the sneaker’s mid-sections.
PUMA’s Trailfox Overland features a compression-molded EVA midsole and a zoned-EVA outsole, which come together to offer dual-density cushioning for optimum comfort levels. Rounding out its trail credentials is a TPU overlay on the midsole, which sports nodules and bumps for extra traction, as well as toggle laces and an “A”-branded toggle on the rear.
Take a look at the ADER error x PUMA Trailfox Overland in the gallery above, and pick up a pair from retailers such as Overkill on October 19 €169.95 EUR (approx. $187 USD).
For more trail-ready footwear, check out the recently-released Footpatrol x FILA Boveasorus 98 AT.