Swiss luxury fashion house Bally has just joined the chunk trend with two new models — the low-cut Bizard and high-cut Biffy.
Both silhouettes are built atop typical oversized, lightweight EVA outsoles, but differences can be spotted in the construction of the upper. Pairs are built using strobel construction, where the sneaker’s soft lamb leather upper is sewn directly to a thin felt insole, producing a sock-like inner. While the Bizard makes use of leather and canvas panels, the Biffy boasts neoprene and leather for a higher ankle-hugging silhouette.
Multiple colourways are available in Bally stores and online now.