Following the release of its Gobstomper sneakers in collaboration with Jimmy Fallon and AC.1 shoes inspired by Aircast boots, the disruptive Brooklyn-based creative studio MSCHF now returns with the release of the Super Normal 2 “5 O’Clock Shadow” sneakers. Arriving in a similar construction to the debut white iteration, the upcoming pairs feature a wavy asymmetric construction — perhaps taking some hints from the warped aesthetic of the Cartier Crash.
Uppers are dressed in black hairy suede featuring white contrast stitching, speckled rope laces, and metallic lace dubraes. The edition numbers out of 666 are recorded on the heel counter and the label’s signature exclamation mark motifs are displayed on the heel tab. Rounding out the look are MSCHF-branded soles and stretched white rubber outsoles. Each pair arrives in a wooden box featuring MSCHF/Perrotin black spray paint branding.
The MSCHF Super Normal 2 “5 O’Clock Shadow” sneakers are set to release November 3 via Perrotin New York and the MSCHF Sneakers App for $185 USD. MSCHF’s “No More Tears, I’m Lovin’ It” exhibition will open from 12 to 8 p.m. EST while the in-app drop will take place beginning 10 a.m. EST.
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