Footshop announces another collaboration with KangaROOS. The design of the new sneaker resembles Footshop’s first Prague shop and the National Museum.
Footshop celebrates the fifth anniversary of its 1st B&M store in Prague by launching a new collaboration sneaker. For the second time, guys joined forces with the German brand KangaROOS, and for the second time, it is not just a simple silhouette of a sneaker. A fresh edition with the new colorway is inspired by the first Footshop store and by the look of historical Prague.
Last year’s premiere of the historically first international collaboration of the Czech sneaker shop with an international brand has met with great success in the entire sneaker community. Moreover, it was a huge milestone as it was the first collaboration in Czech and Slovak republic. Footshop did not wait long. After a year, they again contacted the German factory KangaROOS to create a new version of their shoe that would celebrate the 5th anniversary of the opening of the first Footshop store.
This new collaboration was again created by a sophisticated connection of German quality with Czech history. This time, handmade shoes complement the distinctive brown leather elements to give the shoe a premium look. The left heel bears the original FTSHP KangaROOS fusion logo, where we replaced the letter S with number 5, symbolizing the fifth anniversary of the first Footshop store in Prague.
On the right heel, there is a graphic element of Prague. Still, the authors newly chose the theme of the National Museum building overlooking the city center from Wenceslas Square. In addition to the appearance of the building, they also borrowed all its colors. Compared to the first collaboration, this year’s silhouette has an inverted colorway. The colors that were inside last year are now on the outside.
FTSHP x KangaROOS collaboration will first see the light exclusively on November 16 at the fifth-anniversary celebration in Prague’s Vnitroblock. Raffle launches on November 9 at releases.footshop.com/ for this very limited collection, which will cost just over CZK 7,000 / 290EUR.
- Footshop – online raffle