MSCHF, the Brooklyn-based art collective known for its polarizing designs, is back with yet another footwear release that is sure to go viral. Following the Wavy Baby collaboration with Tyga, the Supernormal “Coke White,” and the Gobstomper with Jimmy Fallon, MSCHF unleashes the AC.1, the first-ever medical walking boot made to be worn as high-fashion footwear. The outlandish creation finds MSCHF once again testing the boundaries of design and overall style, positioning the shoe in a high-fashion market where historically, anything goes. Constructed from TPU, neoprene, and EVA, the AC.1 pairs a flexible, molded rubber outer with a cushioned inner bootie that is completely removable (and can seemingly be worn on its own), while featuring two adjustable Velcro straps to keep you locked in. While minimal, branding is implemented by way of discreet MSCHF and AC.1 logos on the exterior, footbed, and outsole. One thing’s for certain when it comes to the AC.1. If you’re looking to turn heads, it will undoubtedly do the trick. Or at the very least, elicit preferential treatment around town.
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Made from TPU, neoprene, and EVA. Flexible, molded rubber outer. Cushioned inner bootie that is removable. Adjustable Velcro straps. Dual-airbag sole unit. Rubber pads on the outsole. MSCHF and AC1 branding at the exterior, footbed, and outsole.
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