MSCHF's AC.1 boot is getting a sequel in the form of the less restrictive slip-on model shown here.
This time around, the Brooklyn collective is releasing a chopped-down version of the AC.2 boot. The look of this silhouette still retains its medical equipment inspiration, but a majority of the upper has been removed in favor of a mule-like design. Like its predecessor, the exterior uses a soft grey foam material, while the interior features neoprene cushioning. This pair also comes with a velcro strap on the midfoot, while MSCHF’s patented Wowcomfy tech makes its return on the midsole.
In addition to inline releases like this upcoming AC.2 shoe, MSCHF recently teased a Super Normal 2 collab with Kid Cudi that's set to launch later this year.
Readers who are interested in copping the MSCHF AC.2 can do so starting on Aug. 22 at mschf.com and on the MSCHF app for $115.