Palladium Pallaville BGY TXSN Boot

Apr 7, 2016

Category: Style

Palladium has been around for nearly 100 years, however, they didn’t always make boots. The company started out with a focus on making rubber airplane tires, and after demand tapered off after WWII they shifted focus to what they’re known for today; great, sturdy, reliable boots. After all these years Palladium is showing that they’re still adaptable and willing to change with the times by releasing models like their Pallaville boot.

With an upper constructed from synthetic Nubuck and ballistic nylon lined with canvas, this boot manages to be tough, light, and flexible all at the same time. For comfort and an athletic feel, the outsole on this model is molded from rubber and EVA that provides traction and durability whether you are trekking through the streets or scavenging through the woods. You can pick up a pair for yourself in either black, grey, or maroon starting at $95. [Purchase]

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