Take an Official Look at the 'South Park' x adidas NMD R1 V2 "Professor Chaos"

Celebrating Butters Stotch’s supervillain alter-ego.

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Shortly after receiving Stan, Kyle and Kenny takes on sneakers from an upcoming South Park, we now have an official look at the South Park x adidas NMD R1 V2 “Professor Chaos.”

Moving onto supporting characters, the shoe is based on Professor Chaos, the supervillain alter-ego of mild-mannered Butters Stotch. Introduced in Season 6, the alter-ego has served as a fan favorite due to the outrageous shift in personality shown by Butters.

The South Park x adidas NMD R1 V2 “Professor Chaos” features a light blue Prinmknit base accented by silver foil overlays referencing Butter’s costume. Additional detailing comes in the form of neon green laces, “PROFESSOR CHAOS” markings at the rear, tongue tags, lace panels and upper matching taping. Finishing up the design of the shoe are full-length BOOST midsoles with extending bumpers paired with green rubber outsoles. The shoe also comes complete with a special box referencing the opening title sequence of the show.

Priced at $160 USD, the South Park x adidas NMD R1 V2 “Professor Chaos” is set to release sometime 2022.

For more footwear news, rumors for a Nike Air Max 1 OG “Big Bubble” release recently surfaced.

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