After a successful blacked-out run of its collaborative TACHYON 6 in March, Japanese fashion brand hobo is linking up with Danner once again for another release based on the functional military boot, this time coming in a more tactical light-tan colorway.
As with its previous collaboration, the two have lowered the usual eight-inch height of the military-approved TACHYON down to a more friendly six inches for daily use. The upper is constructed with a combination of premium cow suede and thick nylon-polyester mesh panels, kitted on the inside with DANNER DRY lining, which provides a waterproof barrier against harsher weather conditions whilst allowing unwanted moisture inside the boot to escape. The upper then sits comfortably on a robust and aggressively-treaded rubber outsole, providing ample support and traction for any environment. Coming with the pair are three sets of laces in light tan, deep brown, as well as a speckled option.
Available now, the hobo x Danner TACHYON 6 Lightweight Boots Danner Dry will set you back ¥25,000 JPY, or roughly $230 USD. Head over to hobo’s website to learn more.
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