Find if the MSCHF x Vans Baby Wavy is safe to skate with.
Many manufacturers turned down this design. We wonder why.
The result of a collab between MSCHF and Tyga, first teased on T-Raww x Doja Cat Freaky Deaky, these extremely wavy suede Vans would make us think twice before skating in them.
Part of the Brooklyn-based collective's in-house footwear collection with TAP3, they go beyond a simple design to offer us insane takes on creativity.
Releasing on April 18 for US$ 220, the Wavy Baby introduces us to their forthcoming drops, predicting what could be a distinguished signature within the sneakerhead culture.
Although the skateboard-inspired uppers are well-know among the community — the Vans' midsole stripe and waffle outsole are still there — this launch features a Photoshop's liquified-like effect that makes it unlike any other pair.
After tons of trials and errors, the original silhouette surpassed the primary sketches to become a totally wearable shoe for those willing to go extra.
But not before carefully reading MSCHF's disclaimer: "Warning: By placing your foot in this shoe, you agree to waive any claims against MSCHF for any injury, death, or damages arising from having your foot in this shoe."
Would you cop it after reading that?
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