The AC1 consists of two parts, a plastic shell with Velcro straps and a removable inner neoprene bootie. Branding lands on the heel, toe box, collar and outsole, only subtly separating the model from a standard walking boot.
Bloody Osiris models the AC1 in MSCHF’s campaign, building hype ahead of the model’s October 19 release date. The boot drops at 2 p.m. EST via the MSCHF Sneakers site carrying a $450 USD retail price. A global release is expected to follow in the fall.
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