Palladium is getting super creative with their AW16 Waterproof boots. The key to the brand’s vision is exploration. They’ve decided to promote their new boot by recruiting some Instagram worthy top street photographers from around Europe, including London’s Night Scape, the Sizoo Brothers from Amsterdam and Berlin photographer Willy Drlima. Each week, a different Explorer will document and share their adventures on the Palladium website so we can all enjoy a case of serious second hand baddassery from the comfort of our desks. As they shimmy down concrete and traverse old train tracks, each explorer will be sporting a fresh pair of weatherproof boots. These squads won’t stop for anything, (not even the worst that UK’s rain god’s can give), with their oiled leathers, shearling linings, and nylon mesh textiles, Palladium boots will keep the Explorers dry no matter what. Oh, and they’re pretty easy on the eyes. Sign us up.
Palladium Boots Explorer Series
Palladium teams up with street photographers to promote their new AW16 Waterproof boot.
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