Yogi Footwear x Hikerdelic Collaboration for SS2126. 02. 2021
We're excited to announce a second collaboration with Hikerdelic for the SS21 season. Following on from our successful collaboration in AW20, Yogi X Hikerdelic features a new three-piece collection in exclusive shades inspired by the city streets meets the great outdoors - “where the peaks meet the precinct”. The collaboration will launch on 26 February 2021 at hikerdelic.com and yogifootwear.com.
The Yogi X Hikerdelic collaboration features the ‘Eric’ style which was introduced in the AW20 collection in new colours. The premium unlined suede Moc-toe Ankle Boot with thick natural crepe sole will be available in Cola Brown, Moss Green and Senape Sand. The collaboration features the playful anthropomorphised mushroom headed character called Eric embossed onto the heel panel.
About Yogi Footwear x Hikerdelic
Mark Smith of Hikerdelic said: “Yogi is the perfect partner for Hikerdelic. Our brand is about fusing the great outdoors with the hustle and bustle of city life, which I think is mirrored in Yogi and the great job they do on footwear. Our community has a strong affinity to the type of footwear Yogi have traditionally made their name with so we're looking forward to getting these shoes out there pounding the pavements.”
Paul Batista, Head of Sales at Yogi Footwear said: “The collaboration last season was a success with our customers so we are excited to welcome Eric back to our Yogi family in these latest city- meets-country style colours. In the last few months we’ve all been getting back to nature, so this is the perfect time for this iconic casual style with timeless appeal. Hikerdelic are experts in bridging that gap between work day and weekend life, so we’ve really enjoyed creating this new casual shoe together.”
Inspiration for Yogi Footwear x Hikerdelic Photo Shoot
Mark Smith of Hikerdelic said: “Last season we travelled to the beach to show that the shoes had a function beyond the city streets during the months in Lockdown. For SS21, we’re excited to take the collection back to an urban environment to demonstrate their versatility.”