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Skechers and Tokidoki have officially reunited with a new shoe dropping just in time for fall.
Now live on Skechers‘ website, the brand and Tokidoki have released their co-branded iteration of its signature Roadies Surge high-top sneakers. The $60 (was $85) style features monochrome matte off-white uppers with rounded toes, cinched by woven cotton laces for a secure finish.
The pair is particularly given the Tokidoki treatment from its array of prints: a large multicolored cluster of the lifestyle brand’s signature characters from its various universes, including Punkstar, Cactus Friends, ‘Til Death Do Us Part, Moofia, Unicorno, Mermycorno and Donutella. The resulting effect, when accented by thin black trim and a small black heart-shaped charm, is both eclectic and whimsical.
A multicolored graphic of a yellow unicorn pegasus strolling past large, spotted mushrooms on the interior uppers of each shoe brings the pair an added dash of fantasy, as well.
For a practical finish, the pair is completed with thick off-white rubber soles. The lugged style features a ridged base for a combat-ready flair, while its interior includes Skechers’ signature Dual-Lite midsoles and Air-Cooled Memory Foam insoles for additional comfort and ease.
The comfort-focused style similarly leans into the same vibrant hues and chunky shapes as Tokidoki’s first Skechers collaboration in 2022, where the pair launched a selection of brightly colored sneakers for the summer season.
Skechers and Tokidoki’s reunion marks the latest co-branded release for Skechers. In recent years, the brand has increased its slate of collaborations with a range of capsule collections, themed drops and limited-edition products. In 2023, this has continued with new releases with Doja Cat, Snoop Dogg and Diane von Furstenberg, among others.