Heritage boot brand Palladium announces the launch of a collaborative footwear collection with Married to the Mob. Married to the Mob (MTTM), the pioneer brand in the women’s streetwear movement, brings a mash-up of feminine and urban influences to Palladium’s iconic Baggy silhouette.
“We were proud to have the opportunity to work with Married to the Mob founder Leah McSweeney to bring the empowerment that the MOB brand embodies to the female Palladium consumer,” said Hommy Diaz, global product line manager for Palladium. “One part young, bright and in-your-face attitude, and one part dark and mysterious edge, this capsule is a great representation of the MOB founders and undeniably sets the path for our consumers to walk and talk in MOB fashion.”
The Palladium x MTTM boots are constructed from a premium Nubuck leather and feature Palladium’s signature one-piece molded rubber outsole and rubber toe cap. The capsule is branded with the MOB tag on the lateral side of the boots― the black version in a tonal black patent and the pink version in white detailing for a standout contrast. MTTM insignia are also displayed on the boot tongue and fold-over cuff.
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. For further information, please visit www.palladiumboots.com.