Palladium + Finisterre Pallafin Low Sneakers

We love it when Palladium and Finisterre collab on gear here at The Coolector and their latest release, these ace looking Pallafin Low Sneakers, is certainly no exception. Available in limited quantities, this is an urban adventure shoe, which is built to roam. Quality materials and craftsmanship set this apart from your average footwear and we’ll be looking to get our hands on a pair for sure.

The Palladium + Finisterre Pallafin Low Sneakers have a price tag of £110 and come in Dune and Black colourways. Purpose built for those who roam, these top-class sneakers are a great example of bringing together two brands who embody sustainability with substance and the end result is some truly excellent footwear. What’s not to like?

Sustainability First

Each pair of these Palladium + Finisterre Pallafin Low Sneakers is crafted with recycled and vegan friendly materials throughout. This means you are free to explore your world with as little impact on the planet as possible. Put simply, footwear you can feel good about wearing. Whilst looking good in the process. A real win, win in our book here at The Coolector.

These waterproof boots have taped seams, with a recycled waterproof membrane and upper alongside an attached gusset behind the laces, keeping feet dry even when submerged. The Palladium + Finisterre Pallafin Low Sneakers (£110) boast a rubber toe cap for extra durability in key stress area and recycled rope laces with biodegradable lace tips.

Designed to effortlessly handle the most uncompromising urban and coastal environments, the Pallafin collection from Finisterre and Palladium is built for those who forage their own paths. Shepherds, not sheep. Recycled, vegan and fully waterproof, they’re made to carry you wherever the adventure leads and they’re selling out fast so move quickly if you want to get your hands on a pair.

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