The street fashion brand puts an edgy new design on an authentic hiking and trail-ready product from the performance footwear brand Goleta, California (October 22, 2018) — HOKA ONE ONE®, a division of Deckers Brands (NYSE: DECK), has announced its second partnership with American- and Japanese-inspired fashion label Engineered Garments to create a unique footwear collaboration featuring the Tor Ultra Low style for this Fall 2018. The unisex style will be available on hokaoneone.eu and with HOKA retailers Browns, Mr Porter, Outsiders and Oki No – starting today, October 22.
The collaboration for HOKA and Engineered Garments features the Tor Ultra Low, a low-cut edition of the brand’s best-selling Tor Ultra Hi Waterproof hiking shoe, which blends the brand’s
signature maximum cushion and ride characteristics, plus lightweight construction, with an aggressive Vibram® Megagrip outsole and eVent waterproof to withstand everything from tough
hiking conditions to your daily commute. The unisex HOKA x Engineered Garments release includes three different colorways – Black, Racing Red, and Simply Taupe. The new edition also includes special textile updates such as a vamp leather overlay, mesh lining and color match print webbing.
About HOKA ONE ONE®
HOKA ONE ONE® produces premium performance footwear for athletes of all types. Initially distinguished by their extra-thick midsoles, HOKA shoes were first embraced by competitive
ultrarunners because of their enhanced cushioning and inherent stability, and today are designed to meet the running, walking and fitness needs of a wide variety of users. HOKA’s
road running, trail running, hiking and fitness shoes appeal to serious runners and fitness enthusiasts alike who enjoy the shoes’ unique ride and performance characteristics. For more
information, visit hokaoneone.com or follow @hokaoneone #timetofly.
About Engineered Garments
Engineered Garments designer Daiki Suzuki delivers unparalleled craftsmanship and detail oriented heritage apparel. Named for a pattern maker’s observation that the clothes carry so
much detail, the garments are engineered rather than designed. Engineered Garments clothing