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Salomon Exo III Calf

Updated on October 10th, 2010  |  
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Salomon Exo III Calf

Designed by Petar Pavlov | Country: Macedonia

“After seeing my Doritos Packaging Concept, Salomon gave me an opportunity to create a packaging design for one of their new products Exo III Calf (Compression tights for calves) and an In-Store Display for the entire Exo Sensifit Range.”

Salomon Exo III Calf

The compression tights were placed in such a manner to represent the letter “X” in the EXO logo. The product was kept in place by two knitted elastic bands.

Salomon Exo III Calf

When the product is removed, a hidden “X” becomes visible.

Salomon Exo III Calf

Many packagings have their size labeled on the back of the packaging. This makes it hard for the customer to find the right size instantly. That’s why I decided to place it on front. The proper size is underlined with a silver marker.

Salomon Exo III Calf

The dieline construction allows for the packaging to be folded and neatly closed upon purchase.

Salomon Exo III Calf

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Salomon Exo III Calf

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Salomon Exo III Calf

Designed by Petar Pavlov | Country: Macedonia

“After seeing my Doritos Packaging Concept, Salomon gave me an opportunity to create a packaging design for one of their new products Exo III Calf (Compression tights for calves) and an In-Store Display for the entire Exo Sensifit Range.”

Salomon Exo III Calf

The compression tights were placed in such a manner to represent the letter “X” in the EXO logo. The product was kept in place by two knitted elastic bands.

Salomon Exo III Calf

When the product is removed, a hidden “X” becomes visible.

Salomon Exo III Calf

Many packagings have their size labeled on the back of the packaging. This makes it hard for the customer to find the right size instantly. That’s why I decided to place it on front. The proper size is underlined with a silver marker.

Salomon Exo III Calf

The dieline construction allows for the packaging to be folded and neatly closed upon purchase.

Salomon Exo III Calf

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