Palladium pals around with Singaporean artist Sabotage.

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Heritage boot brand Palladium has become as renowned for its popular partnerships as it has for its iconic Baggy silhouette. Up next for the California-based company is a collaboration with Singaporean artist Sabotage (SBTG) for Spring ’15. Synonymous with sneaker customization, the buzzed-about artist (real name: Mark Ong) pairs his signature camouflage pattern with Palladium’s Pampa Oxford, Pampa Hi and Baggy styles. 

 

“I was excited to have the opportunity to collaborate with Palladium as the classic military boot silhouettes reminded me of my time spent in national service in Singapore,” says Ong. Hommy Diaz, global product line manager for Palladium, adds, “Sabotage is a pioneer in the sneaker customization space and together we wanted to create a sought-after capsule that appealed to Palladium and sneaker fans alike.” Ranging in price from $70 to $90, the limited edition collection hits Palladium flagship stores, specialty retailers and palladiumboots.com in March.

 

 

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