Palladium launches its latest iteration of the archival Pallashock silhouette. Originally inspired by the trend of family adventure and exploration post WW2 in the 1950s, the multi-functional shoe returns in earthy and tonal colorways.
The Pallashock became a statement low-tech hiking shoe with it’s robust and innovative shock-absorbing outsole. However, in the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Pallashock manifested into a symbol for the youth in the streets of leading cities across the world looking for a bold and distinctive style, the sneaker was established as the original chunky canvas sneaker for non-conformists around the world.
The Pallashock consists of a washed heavy canvas cotton upper and a chunky rubber platform, rounded off with a woven label on the tongue and a woven side label on the lateral quarter. The sneakers are available in a Black, “Vapor”, “Rose Dust”, “Marshmallow” or “Dusky Green” colorways.
Retailing from $104 USD (£80 GBP), The Pallashock is now available on Palladium’s website.