The Discovery Expedition Bucket Dwalker Injects Performance into Chunky Sneakers

Moving lightweight.

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South Korean outdoor apparel brand Discovery Expedition has released a performance-focused entry into the chunky sneaker scene. The Bucket Dwalker is designed to be both functional as well as stylish, offering a lighter, more comfortable alternative to many of the existing chunky sneakers on the market. With a total weight of only 350g, the shoe has several impressive design features. The ‘non-slip multi-cell’ technology in the midsole helps keep a firm grip on all kinds of surfaces by evenly distributing impact across the whole sneaker, while the DX-form insoles add an extra layer of comfort and cushioning.

The Bucket Dwalker come in four colorways, grey, black, beige and white. Take a peek through the galleries above to get a closer look at each. If you want to pick up a pair, the shoe is available now from the Discovery Expedition web store, as well as select retailers, priced at ₩129,000 ($115 USD)

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