Introducing: The ThirtyTwo Degrees of etnies Signature Collection

ThirtyTwo and etnies have teamed up to create the ThirtyTwo Degrees of etnies Signature Collection. The collab introduces the signature colors of the new High Rise etnies shoes, with matching apparel and accessories, for ThirtyTwo Pro Riders Chris Bradshaw, Christ Grenier, Joe Sexton, Scott Stevens, and JP Walker. The collection is now available globally and at etnies.com.

“The STI Evolution Foam feels like I’m walkin’ on clouds! These shoes are tough too, I walked to hell and back in one pair!” – Chris Bradshaw

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More info on the collab provided in the press release below:

LAKE FOREST, CA (September 23, 2013) –  

While this is the first official collaboration between etnies and ThirtyTwo, snowboarders in the know have always noticed that the two brands work closely together. ThirtyTwo has been using super lightweight, durable, comfortable, high-impact rebound STI Evolution Foam to make the #LightestBootsEver for over five years. It makes sense that these etnies High Rise midtops are made with an STI Evolution Foam outsole and STI Foam Lite Level 2 footbed.

“The High Rise is the most comfortable all-weather shoe that I have ever worn. You can stomp through rain or snow and your feet will stay dry.” – Chris Grenier

“STI Evolution Foam absorbs impact better than rubber ever will and it lasts. The High Rise is a great all-terrain shoe!” – Scotty Stevens 

“The High Rise is the perfect shoe for checking spots in the winter. It is awesome to walk through the snow and not have wet feet, plus you can go from the spot to the bar without skipping a beat.”-Joe Sexton

“No matter the weather the STI Evolution Foam stays nice and comfy on my feet, its super lightweight and functional.”- JP Walker

The ThirtyTwo Degrees of etnies collection apparel and footwear was designed to maintain style while keeping you dry. The Keep Rising hoodie features STI Repel so liquids roll off the surface resisting soaking or staining, and the High Rise has a gusseted tongue to keep water out.

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