Palladium’s Fall 2016 look book features images from the latest in a series of urban explorations that the heritage boot brand has undertaken.
Featuring Johnny Knoxville, ‘Detroit Lives’ takes viewers on an “off-the-beaten path” exploration through the Motor City to discover if there’s more to Detroit than the scenes of destruction and abandonment that it’s become known for.
The exploration takes us into abandoned buildings and urban terrain, which serve as the backdrop for the imager—all shot by New York artist and photographer, Peter Sutherland.
Palladium was founded in 1920 to make aircraft tires for the aviation industry. In 1947, after the end of WWII saw demand for tires dry up, Palladium put their canvas and rubber expertise to use by making boots that were as hard wearing as their tires.
Palladium soon became outfitters of the legendary French Foreign Legion with their classic canvas Pampa boot. Over 60 years later the timeless design of Palladium’s signature Pampa boot is as relevant as ever and available once again for explorers worldwide.
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