This summer we join forces with New Balance to mark the return of the Epic TR.
Teaming up with four of their earliest partners, New Balance have invited hanon of Aberdeen, Sneakersnstuff of Stockholm, Firmament of Berlin, and 24 Kilates of Barcelona to present their take on the Epic TR. Constructed exclusively at the legendary Flimby factory in England, each pair stays true to the original make up with a hand crafted mix of premium materials.
The Epic TR is a based on the original upper design of the EPIC football boot, which was originally produced at the Flimby factory in the 90’s, and was a pinnacle performance boot at the time. The transformation of the EPIC football boot into the Epic TR sees the upper stay close to the original design but with a modernised look, and a brand new rubber cupsole to compliment the upper.
With the Epic TR and it’s very obvious football relationship, it’s hard to take your mind elsewhere, so this is where the inspiration for our design comes from. Football is such a massive thing in the UK and across Europe, and in the UK there’s a passion for clothing and footwear that embodies a look which is unique, so we wanted this collaboration to have a quintessential terrace feel to it, something that you would find at any football ground throughout the country.
Our premium ‘Terrace’ edition of the Epic TR features an upper which is executed in a mix of rich earthy tobacco and mushroom pig suede, offset with a vibrant blue pig suede around the collar and heel tab. Our Epic TR is finished off with tonal stitching throughout, a large white leather ‘N’ and it sat atop a clean newly designed rubber cupsole.
The first 35 in-store customers will receive a branded leather credit card wallet which was handmade in Amsterdam, along with one of our Hanon New Balance “memories” canvas tote bags which were first release in 2013.
Also, each pair of our New Balance Epic TR “Terrace” purchased from us both in-store and online will come with a bespoke publication by MUNDIAL, which features a lookbook shot on location, as well as interviews with the collective brains behind the project.