Palladium Boots dug through archives to uncover this tennis shoe from 1968. First worn by French college students rebelling against authority, it’s been renamed Pallaphoenix. The perfect shoe for an ath-leisure look, the unisex style features perforated leather in an array of fun colors.
In 1920, Palladium was just a humble company that made tires for the aviation industry. Known for layering canvas bands underneath vulcanized rubber for strength and durability, this soon became their signature feature. After World War II, Palladium turned directions to making boots as hard wearing as their famous tires thus bringing us functionable footwear for the heaviest of jobs. Palladium boots are the authority on traditional designs made with modern day technology and premium materials.
Sockliner: Die-cut EVA
Materials: Perforated leather for upper | 6 oz canvas for lining
Branding: Leather patch with hot stamp logo | Side label on eyestay | Printed logo on quarter lining
Features: Laces | 2 eyelets on medial quarter