Salomon is seemingly taking note from Sandy Liang with its latest model, reworking its technical RX SLIDE as a Mary Jane.

Originally a unisex recovery shoe, Salomon gives the RX a feminine twist in the new RX Marie Jeanne. While the silhouette adheres to the typical look of a velcro Mary Jane, it’s made entirely out of mesh and features a cushy sole, ideal for breathability and comfort after a long hike.

Salomon’s lightweight EVA midsole makes a return – the same used in the RX Slide – and the mesh upper avoids the typical weight of a sneaker, weighing just half a pound (237 grams). The cut-out typical of a Mary Jane on the top of the foot allows more air to enter the shoe.

The RX MARY JEANNE comes in two monochromatic colorways, a solid black and a light “Ghost Gray.”

Salomon isn’t a total newcomer to a more feminine shoe. In fact, the brand has collaborated with Sandy Liang, who is widely regarded as the name behind the modern Mary Jane craze. Last year, the two dropped a pink iteration of the Salomon XT-6 Expanse, along with a white mesh RX Moc 3.0

A release date or price for the shoe hasn’t been revealed just yet. Stay tuned for more updates on the Salomon RX Marie Jeanne.

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