Bottega Veneta Adds Three New Climber Colorways to Footwear Range

The sandal sneaker adopts a fall-ready palette.

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Moving away from the blocked, primary shades of the initial Bottega Veneta Climber sneaker drop, the new season footwear selection comes in versatile colorways of “String”, “Abyss Cobalt” and “Camping”.

The Climber sneaker was first introduced as part of Bottega Veneta’s outlandish Spring/Summer 2021 “Salon 01” collection: an offering that solidified Daniel Lee’s playful design approach to the proportions of footwear. Juxtaposed against the chunky Puddle Boot inspired clog, the Climber sneaker stood as the streamlined, lightweight option in the footwear range.

Functional details, such as the Vibram rubber grip outsole, removable knit sock and elasticated lacing system, elevate this shoe from a rubber sandal to a tech-lover’s sneaker. Boasting comfort and assured performance, this sneaker is one to take through to the slippery fall months.

Take a look at the new, staple colorways in the gallery above. Find the new colorways on Bottega Veneta’s online store for $750 USD.

For more on Bottega Veneta’s fall footwear, check out its rubber ankle boots.

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