In recent years, Salomon has taken the fashion world by storm with its utilitarian looks. Between runway debuts with the likes of Boris Bidjan Saberi and COMME des GARÇONS and notable streetwear partnerships including Palace, Salomon has successfully repositioned itself from strictly performance to a blend of technical detailing and style. Backing this movement, the brand introduced the ACS Pro Advanced earlier this year as a sneaker rooted in history but updated with a modern edge.
Now arriving in “Safari,” the ACS Pro Advanced takes on various sand brown shades throughout its trail-ready look. Accenting this colorway, black Quicklace laces combine with a black rubber outsole that utilizes All Terrain Contragrip technology, ensuring durability on any surface. A key feature of the shoe is the Agile Chassis System (ACS) that offers stability and dampening in each step. Bonus details include a lace pocket for the Quicklace lacing system, single layer mesh, a medial protective pad and molded OrthoLite sockliner, completing this technical sneaker that is built for the streets and the trails.
The Salomon ACS Pro Advanced “Safari” is expected to hit shelves via Salomon and select retailers later this year at a price of $230 USD.
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