KEEN has given its Zerraport II Sandal a bold psychedelic makeover. Following its recent collaboration with Engineered Garments, the outdoor footwear label, this time around, opted for a colorful ’70s-inspired iteration imagined by its Tokyo Design Center.
The sandals come with a functional open-air construction that’s been pared down to encompass only the most essential features. It comes with quick-dry adjustable webbing, a durable anti-friction toecap and an outsole that’s been optimized for tough terrains — a multi-directional lug pattern engineered for maximum traction. “KEEN” branding is placed at the medial side of the rear quarter, complemented by an adjustable velcro heel support. As a final note, rich tie-dye patterns are embellished throughout the upper straps, while KEEN’s Metatarsal footbed has been molded for a seamlessly natural fit.
KEEN’s Zerraport II Sandal is currently available at the label’s website for $110 USD.
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