Starting at the top of the shoe is a beige “MMY” tongue tag etched with a set of “Wearing Instructions” that communicates the label’s values. The shoe comes with two pairs of silver-toned eyelets, through which flat white laces are looped. Popping out against its black canvas uppers is an intricate Bandana pattern, displaying paisleys and floral motifs, while thin white top-stitching rounds off the details of the uppers. All of these features rest over a crisp white midsole that’s been molded with a squiggly build to playfully depict melting rubber.
Maison Mihara Yasuhiro’s Moccasin-Inspired OG Sole “Bandana Print” is currently available on HBX’s website for $398 USD.
If you like Maison Mihara Yasuhiro, check out the label’s three-way collab with atmos LAB and Coca-Cola.