Newline HALO x Brandblack Bladerunner Boot

Dec 4, 2017

Category: Gear

Boots are either capable and built for the trail, or stylish and intended for the city. Rarely, if ever, does a pair fit into both of those categories. That is why we’re so excited by Newline Halo x Brandblack’s Bladerunner Boot.

Designed by a retired member of the Danish Special Forces, this boot combines the agile qualities of running shoes with the rugged build of a tactical boot. The water resistant upper on the blacked out Bladerunner features a knit interior construction with a flexible heel and reinforced toe for an overall dynamic and abrasion-resistant fit. To add a further degree of flexibility and grip to that unique fit and feel the boots employ Vibram’s RGS hiker outsole. All things said an incredibly unique and cool pair of boots fit for any type of adventuring – both in and out of the city.

Purchase: $250

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