Arnar Már Jónsson and Luke StevensRANRA have become strong footwear collaborators, bringing their inventive design language to the Salomon catalog. The London-based label is returning for its third partnership, expanding on its fascination with sustainable materials and inventive manipulation techniques.

The RANRA x Salomon SKOR boasts a removable design ideal for warm summer outings and chilly mountaintop journeys, promoting the former’s “INDEX” recycling practice utilizing discarded textiles headed for landfill. The low-cut silhouette boasts wide mesh uppers in solid cream hues, underpinned by solid panels and dim green accents. Salomon’s zig-zag branding lands on the medials atop raised piping across the permitter.

Translucent tapping protects the sides from exterior conditions, featuring secure lace toggles for a comfortable ride. Recycled midsoles are formed into chunky blocks with metallic finishes packed with futurism, completing the design with a separate leather coat. The sleeve is crafted from smooth brown leather and features pointed fastening systems, profile branding, and rear adjustments for easy discharge.

Take a closer look at the RANRA x Salomon SKOR sneaker collaboration in the gallery above. It will launch via Salomon, RANRA, and select retailers for $440 USD on February 27.

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