After launching the Octako, the Nordic response to the sock-shoe trend, the ARKK Copenhagen Chrontech sneakerboot is next.
The latest shoe from ARKK Copenhagen is designed to remedy the problem that an old-school phrase in Scandinavia which translates to “there is no such thing as bad weather, only bad preparation” raises. The all-weather Chrontech Mesh HS W-13 uses ARKK’s patented Hydrix Shield membrane to keep the wearer’s feet dry.
The Hydrix Shield membrane combines innovative and all-weather technology to keep the Chrontech breathable and warm with 400 grams of insulation. The shield also makes the shoe wind and water-repellent and the added hightop collar height will also help.
The ARKK Copenhagen Chrontech rides atop the brand’s minimal and blacked-out Wave13 sole unit debuted on the recently released ARKK Apextron. The W13 unit is wide-footer friendly and gets bold lines inspired by the Den Blå Planet Aquarium in Denmark. The Chrontech is tied together with rope laces, secured by a lace lock, and rope eyelets heat-welded to the mesh upper.
The Chrontech Mesh HS W13 will release in a ‘Black/Neon Coral’ colorway for both men and women on September 21 for $185.
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