This fall, CQP revisits and re-introduces two of its terrain-inspired models: the SAXUM and SCANDER. Both are fitted with grippy outsoles that are lightweight and built for the outdoors, complete with uppers that are specially treated to enhance water repellence. In addition, the Swedish brand also revealed a limited series for the SAXUM arriving in two new refreshing colorways.
The SAXUM is characterized by its soft suede uppers and an overall utilitarian appeal that features rugged-looking outsoles, D-ring lace-ups, metal eyelets as well as a rubber panel that covers the entire shoe between the soles and uppers. Highlighted in this new drop is the duo of SAXUM LIMITED models, arriving in a Lilac with gray versions, and a Mustard with an off-white colorway. Meanwhile, the regular SAXUM lineup also welcomes two new wintry hues: Chianti and Army.
Elsewhere, the SCANDER is a technical hiking shoe that is designed to endure the rough conditions of the great outdoors. Its uppers are composed of a blend of rubber and mesh, while its Vibram soles are implemented with the RollinGait System®︎ which helps to reduce muscle fatigue. Available in Black, Olive, and Chocolate with each colorway accompanied by different-colored laces.
Both iterations of the SAXUM retail at $625 USD, while the SCANDER model boasts a price point of $560 USD. The assortment of footwear is currently available for purchase via CQP’s official online store.
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