The notorious art-company-slash-footwear-purveyor MSCHF has a brand new model of its Tremendous Regular 2 sneaker releasing tomorrow.
Whereas the mannequin in query isn’t fairly as experimental as a number of the model’s newest output such because the backwards BWD, it does stick with MSCHF’s common theme of boundary pushing. After being sued by Nike in 2021 over its custom Air Max 97 “Satan Shoe” creation with Lil Nas X, MSCHF performed up the authorized drama by releasing a “Tap3” spin on the Nike Air Force 1.
That power was carried over into the Air Drive 1-reminiscent Tremendous Regular and its present iteration, the Tremendous Regular 2, seen right here in an “Orange Milk” colorway. The MSCHF shoe primarily takes the general profile of the AF1 and distorts every panel sufficient to (hopefully) keep away from any potential considerations over infringing upon Nike’s commerce costume.
After having launched in a handful of colours already, this MSCHF Tremendous Regular 2 “Orange Milk” colorway will drop on mschf.com and the MSCHF sneakers app tomorrow, Might 2 at 2 p.m. ET for a retail worth of $170.