For this project, we are once again partnering with the legendary LCS R800 running shoe and using the theme “The Good Agreement” as a source of inspiration. “Good Accord,” the French translation for “good harmony” is the official motto of our hometown of Aberdeen and a slogan that goes back to the old alliance between France and Scotland in the Middle Ages. The HanON store, based in Aberdeen, has once again teamed up with Le Coq Sportif to bring us a new iteration of the legendary LCS R800 running shoe. The theme “The Right Accord” comes back as the main source of inspiration for cooperation. The French translation for “Good Accord” dates back to the old alliance between France and Scotland and is precisely the official motto of Aberdeen. Beautiful in the old town of Angers, in the west of France, the shoe is built from a series of materials from England and Scotland. It features a superior david material, combined with microperforated pork skin on the lining and collar of the shoe, with an additional leather overlay that complements the premium finish. On each heel and woven tongue loops appear details of the double mark, a trestle engraving symbolizing the manufacture of the Made in France shoe. hanon-shop.com/hanon-x-le-coq-sportif-lcs-r800-the-good-agreement-mif “Made In France” displays a luxurious combination of English sude, Microperfed and Scottish cotton. In terms of the colour palette, there is a mixture of beige, grey, indigo or black. Other finishes include an insole made of suede and leather, the brandings of both partners on tongues and heels, a special black box, and a tricolour detail representing the French production. – Please note: When you participate in the draw, you give us permission to keep the money of the total value of the order for the duration of the draw. The input looks like a normal command confirmation.
Our best hanon colleagues have reconnected with Le Coq Sportif to make an exclusive version of the LCS R800 shoe, inspired by the old alliance between France and Scotland, which has existed since the Middle Ages.