Palladium Boots To The Test in Undercity: Las Vegas Film

This post sponsored by Palladium Boots.

Palladium created awesomely durable boots, and now they’ll be partnering with Steve Duncan and Andrew Wonder to produce a film titled Undercity: Las Vegas. The two will document their sightseeing of hidden areas underneath Las Vegas. Aside from being waterproof and heavy-duty, the Pampa boot by Palladium is historical. A company that once created aircraft tires in the ‘20s, utilized their expert knowledge of canvas and rubber to create boots that are significant and useful to folks all these years later.

Remaining relevant and staying current, the Pampa boot can be relied on in the tunnels and coarse conditions that the undergrounds of Sin City have to offer — which sounds pretty splendid. A film that give us a look at Vegas as most of us have never seen it — and the footwear product fit for the job — check out the trailer below for a glimpse of the adventurous explorations, and the reliable boots in action.

For more info, visit Palladium Boots, Undercity and Andrew Wonder.

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“You are the only person who gets to decide if you are happy or not—do not put your happiness into the hands of other people. Do not make it contingent on their acceptance of you or their feelings for you. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter if someone dislikes you or if someone doesn’t want to be with you. All that matters is that you are happy with the person you are becoming. All that matters is that you like yourself, that you are proud of what you are putting out into the world. You are in charge of your joy, of your worth. You get to be your own validation. Please don’t ever forget that.” — Bianca Sparacino

Excerpted from The Strength In Our Scars by Bianca Sparacino.

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