Pyer Moss debuted the Sculpt — its first in-line sneaker — back in September, and now the Kerby Jean-Raymond helmed brand has readied a second colorway of the unique silhouette: soft tan and briht yellow. Minimal in its branding, the Sculpt opts to let its unique shape and bold colorblocking do the talking, and talk it certainly does.
Uppers boast a 5/8 basketball style cut with a somewhat sloped build, featuring neoprene, mesh and suede panels all done up in an ultra-soft tan. Below this sits a bulbous and bold yellow midsole and outsole combination. This assemblage features two main pieces: its top half serves swooping cut-out pieces, a bold lip on the toe bumper and the shoe’s only branded detail, an embossed Pyer Moss hit. Down below, the design becomes more popular thanks to a split midsole with orb-shaped pieces making their presence felt towards the forefoot and heel alike. A cut-out outsole traction pattern rounds off the look.
The Pyer Moss Sculpt is set to drop via the brand’s webstore come December 12 and is priced at $595 USD. It’ll also be accompanied by a limited release of apparel styles from Pyer Moss Collection 3.
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