Style Overlanding according to HOKA and END.
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Overlanding according to HOKA and END.

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Collater.al Contributors

HOKA has entered into an innovative partnership with END., drawing inspiration from overlanding. The result of this collaboration is the Overland collection, a reinterpretation of HOKA’s Mafate Speed 2 and Kaha Low silhouettes. The collaboration aims to pay homage to the freedom of adventure, self-reliance, and the thrill of living off-road. Rooted in the global overlanding movement, the collection draws inspiration from challenging terrains, from the vast, dry expanses of the desert to the dense depths of the jungle. The colors of the sneakers also reflect these landscapes, breathing new life into HOKA’s iconic styles.

Both shoes feature co-branded details, including an engineered END. logo on the uppers and tags on the tongues. The construction of the shoes remains true to HOKA’s commitment to performance, with Vibram® Megagrip soles on both models and a GORE-TEX lining on the Kaha Low, making them truly ideal for off-road adventures.

The campaign documenting the essence of the collaboration was shot in the Tabernas Desert, in the south-eastern province of Almería, Spain. The capsule collection, priced at £160 for Mafate Speed 2 and £175 for Kaha Low, will be available through a raffle on END. Launches and END. stores from March 8th.

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