doublet and Suicoke's Dalmatian Sandals Are for the Bold-Minded Terrain Trotters

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First debuted on the Japanese label’s Fall/Winter 2022 “THIS IS ME” runway, doublet‘s wildly imaginative Dalmatian Sandals, crafted in collaboration with Suicoke, make a solid case for the socks-with-sandals mentality.

The head-turning footwear offering features Dalmatian print atop a calf-hair upper and a detachable neoprene sock liner in contrasting tones and patterns. For support, an oversized rubber midsole adds to the drama, hanging above a Japanese-style Vibram outsole with paw-shaped pads on the forefoot and the heel. And if you zoom in, you’ll find a red lining that offers an eclectic touch to the neoprene socks, as well as branding that resides on both the footbed and the straps.

Suicoke, established in 2006, has made a name for itself as a cult-favorite Japanese purveyor of staple performance sandals, with a slew of fashionable silhouettes. A frequent collaborator, the sandal-maker often lends its signature silhouettes to creative labels across the globe (peep the brand’s Joshua Vides, Missoni and Carhartt WIP collabs from earlier this summer), but it’s safe to say that doublet lead designer Masayuki Ino‘s take is among the most daring.

The doublet x Suicoke Dalmatian Sandals are now available to shop on Dover Street Market’s webstore for $675 USD. Take a look at the inventive design above.

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