Salomon Sportstyle Revives the Mid-2000s ACS Pro Advanced

Salomon Sportstyle is responsible for some of the most sought-after pairs from the brand’s roster, notably reigniting our love for technical sneakers that transcend typical streetwear cues while remaining true to its outdoors-centric roots. Now, the label has announced the release of a very special pair: the ACS Pro Advanced, coming in “Metal/Frost Gray/Silver.”

The trail icon features the brand’s proprietary stride-stabilizing Agile Chassis System (ACS) that enables you to perform at your best even on tough terrain, keeping you stable with each step. For 2021, it has been updated to feature a Kurim structure on the upper — as seen on other Salomon styles — that enables it to be as sturdy and supportive as possible, while enhancing the shoe’s comfort and breathability.

Elsewhere, strategically placed openings on the upper optimize Salomon’s Air Flow technology which allows fresh air to circulate around the pair when being worn, while the pair — which dates back to the 2000s — has been functionally upgraded with a reimagined Continental outsole, and of course, that special colorway.

Here, eyelets have been crafted from metal, which adds to the overall muted and futuristic silver-toned colorway. Everything from the branding to the underlayer and the interior continues this theme, making for a shoe that knows how to make its return.

The ACS Pro Advanced will be available at selected retailers and on Salomon’s website from December 7, and will cost €225 EUR (approximately $254 USD). A global release will come in February 2022.

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