Following numerous collaborations with Reebok, delivering divisive futuristic sneakers using the sportswear giant’s iconic Fury technology, comes the brand’s latest piece. It’s undoubtedly the work of Jean-Raymond, served in the inaugural colorway of black and yellow while sporting a truly unique design.
The Sculpt is almost un-branded (bar the tonal embossing on the midsole), but it doesn’t need to be when the silhouette is as recognizable as this. It’s a mid-top bootie that slopes downwards towards the toe, served in a mixture of black mesh and suede panels with white topstitching. The Sculpt then sits atop a generously oversized yellow sole unit that’s architecturally informed, sporting bulbous and rounded outsole pods, a bumper at the toe and rear, and carved-out details on the side.
At the front the sneaker becomes even more interesting. Its profile is asymmetrical thanks to off-set topstitching, while mesh and suede panels form a cutout section on the mesh tongue. At the sides, you’ll see stretch webbing to help you put the shoes on, and a toggle rope lacing system to secure them in place.
Pyer Moss’ unisex Sculpt sneaker retails for $595 USD and will be available from Pyer Moss’ website on October 3 at 12 p.m. EST. Take a closer look at the pair above.
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