Sneaker collaborations are more or less de rigueur, so we’re always on the lookout for a collaborative kick like the Carhartt & Diemme Marostica for its natural, elegant blend of high- and low-brow aesthetics.
The former brand was born of America’s railroad boom at the turn of the 20th century; the latter spawned from Italy’s alpine environs just over two decades ago. This partnership is working-life-meets-sporting-
These disparate backgrounds ooze from every element of the Maricosta Mid. From its durable vulcanized white, to the triple-stitched heel panel, to its Navajo heel-pull, it’s built to last. But it’s also built for flash, what with that aforementioned black-on-black suede, and the gunmetal D-ring eyelets that harness black laces.
It doesn’t quite fit into either brand’s catalog, because it surfaces a new aesthetic, one that equitably blends high and low. And because it can walk that line, so can the rest of your outfit — the Marostica Mid will pop against chinos, but the daring dude will employ it to dress-down a suit.
You can cop the collaborative Marostica Mid for $357 USD at End Hunting Co.