The collaboration offers the fully-mesh constructed Sonic RA Max in all-black and a bolder silver and orange rendition, drawing inspiration from the growing running subculture and its relationship with music, technology and design. Satisfy is known for its highly-technical garments which often reference hi-vis colors — such as the orange found on its Salomon collaboration — while utilizing innovative fabrics and constructions.
The Sonic RA Max features a cushioned OrthoLite memory foam lining and a lightweight rubber Vibe midsole and sole. Staying true to Salomon’s design language, both sneakers feature oversized branding on the lateral side, with Satisfy adding its twist with a white tongue tab. The tongue tab features all the shoe’s information including its size, name and production details.
Both shoes are finished with toe box typography detailing and rear heel tab loops emblazoned with “SATISFY RUNNING” in a military boot camp-styled font. Priced at $280 USD each, head to retailers such as LN-CC to pick up your pair of Satisfy x Salomon Sonic RX Max’s now.
In other collaborative footwear news, Post Malone and Crocs have come together once again on an Australia-exclusive silhouette.