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Porsche x SONRA Release Its New 50Y Edition ‘Sneaker Trilogy’ Collection

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Porsche design DNA meets urban sneaker culture reloaded: the strictly limited  Sonra sneaker 50Y Edition with the models Past, Present, Future.

Inside Porsche Design’s extensive collection of luxury lifestyle offerings, its premium sneaker line stands out by incorporating aspects from Porsche’s fleet of performance sports cars. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Porsche Design is teaming up with SONRA on its second collaboration release. The all-new SONRA 50Y Edition Collection is inspired by past, present, and future Porsche milestone models. The special collection takes shape as a sneaker trilogy, featuring three unique styles combining the heritage of Porsche Design with the urban sneaker culture of the Berlin sneaker label SONRA.

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The most innovative silhouette of the three is the Future Sneaker, a one-off design reminiscent of racecars and the exterior components that achieve optimal aerodynamics. The Present Sneaker includes elements from the special Porsche 911 Edition 50 Years of Porsche Design model. Strictly limited to 250 pairs, each pair comes with an NFC chip integrated into the tongue to ensure authenticity. Limited to 50 pairs and available exclusively from the Porsche Design Store in Berlin, the Porsche Design x SONRA Past Sneaker commemorates the restored Porsche 911 S 2.4 Targa used in the 50th-anniversary celebration. The all-new Porsche Design x SONRA 50Y Edition sneaker collection is currently available by clicking on the link below.

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