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ARKET TRITONE™ TRAINER

DESIGN Launched in spring 2022, the Tritone™ trainer is inspired by a British deadstock utility shoe from the 1990s.

ARKET Tritone™ features a lightweight upper made from recycled polyester mesh and chrome-free tanned suede, set atop the chunky Vibram® RollinGait sole system. The curved sole technology is specially designed to help the natural, fluid movement of the foot which reduces muscle fatigue, improves comfort, and helps you walk for longer. The cork-laminated footbed provides extra cushioning and regulates moisture, while the sock-like Strobel construction ensures flexibility and light weight. The first two colourways, Tritone™ black and Tritone™ white, launched in spring 2022.

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