These New FILA Kicks are up for an Adventure

July 26, 2019 Briefings By

While known for its distinctive sneaker styles and iconic red white and navy logo, FILA is tapping into its history in mountaineering and outdoor wear — that had world-renowned mountaineers like Reinhold Messner donning FILA gear to climb Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen in 1978. FILA Explore builds upon that legacy, drawing inspiration not only from the natural world but also from its extensive archives including ski, hiking, alpine and trek collections.

FILA Explore introduces a variety of footwear options, including the Trailpacer, that are broken into four categories –Canyon, Woods, Mountains, Elements. The shoe is sure to get noticed in four colorful options, all inspired by nature from desert turquoise to the oranges and yellows of fall leaves. The Trailpacer has a built-up hiking shoe silhouette complete with rope laces and a tread straight from the FILA archives in Biella, Italy. Be sure to grab a pair of the Trailpacers while you can — The Explore Collection isn’t going to be around for long.

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