In recent years, Suicoke has grown from a cult footwear label to the brand on the tip of everyone’s tongue, resulting in the Tokyo-based brand working with
Sergio Zambon — who designs 2 Moncler 1952 Man — chose to partner with Suicoke to highlight not just the similarities between the brands, such as their shared love for the great outdoors, but also to tap into the Japanese influences that run deep within Suicoke’s identity.
The result is a multi-piece collection comprising the Moto Sandals and the Pepper slip-on, with each appearing in a multitude of colorways. For example, the Moto Sandal is decked in a predominantly black colorway alongside a crepe Vibram outsole that sees its quintessential straps wear the brands’ respective labels, while another Moto Sandal is served in green with khaki straps and sits on a Vibram midsole section with a chunky green outsole sticking out beneath, and rounding out this pair is the mustardy-brown iteration as well.
As for the Pepper slip-on, its padded and quilted nylon upper wears the signature Moncler logo on the lateral side and features a neoprene liner that’s toggle-adjustable. Rubber hits up the heel alongside a tag reading “eVent,” noting the pair’s waterproof and breathable qualities, while a gum bumper runs around the perimeter of the shoe atop a black outsole. A tiger-informed camo iteration is also available.
A selection of the styles can be seen in the gallery above, while all pairs are available to buy from Moncler’s website and stores now.
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