Salomon x The Broken Arm Reunite For Clog-Inspired COVERBOOT

Designed as a tribute to the land and to winegrowers.

All images via The Broken Arm

Following the duo’s first joint effort, Salomon and Parisian retailer The Broken Arm have reunited for a new collaboration designed for cross-country skiing.

Initially used by winegrowers when working in the vineyards for protection and warmth, the collaborative COVERBOOT continues both brands’ mission of highlighting the universal aspect of sports equipment beyond the sport itself. Made with a recycled sandwich mesh upper, suede leather pieces on the toe and heel area for added protection as well as easy-entry webbings for simplified stepping.

The collaboration is bought to life with a campaign that explores the scenic expanse of Le Ballon d’Alsace, meandering through captivating scenes in Kaysersberg, Mittelbergheim, Scherwiller and Eguisheim. Drawn from the residences of revered winegrowers like the Kleinknecht family, Domaine Achillée and Domaine Ginglinger, the visuals convey the core of their winemaking philosophy and deep grasp of terroir.

You can cop the Salomon x The Broken Arm COVERBOOT now via The Broken Arm webstore. The wider release will be available from from February 22.

Artwork resembling a bent arm on a barrel with text "The Broken Arm" and "Salomon" below
Text on a barrel: "The Drunken Arm Salmon" by Domäne Kikunoknecht, Mittelrhein, 2023
View from a stone window overlooking a winding path through vineyards
Aerial view of terraced vineyard with bare vines and a walking path
Aerial view of a vineyard with dormant vines and a stone wall dividing the terraces

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