Following up on a monochromatic Tasman slipper collaboration with STAMPD, UGG has released the “Cedar” footwear pack as part of its 12×12 global sneaker collection. Drawing inspiration from its hometown of California, the 12×12 initiative will see a new theme of unisex sneakers dropping every month in limited releases.
For the month of March, UGG reveals the CA805 silhouette in two nature-led designs. Named after the area code of the company’s headquarters, the sneakers embody the brand’s California heritage with designs influenced by the trees of Yosemite National Park. The sleek black and white iteration encompasses a canvas and leather upper featuring bold, all-over graphics reflecting wood grains. On the other hand, the more literal adaptation of the arboreal motif presents a natural cork upper in a tan colorway, with subtle tree bark patterns in white. Both models add a speckled print to the Treadlite midsole, a Tasman braid embroidery on the pull tab and a textile sockliner for added comfort. The CA805 x Cedar colorways are available now at atmos for ¥ 18,000 ($170 USD).
In other sneaker news, Pharrell and adidas Originals revealed their forthcoming SS20 collection.