After dropping the MSCHF BWD last month, the Brooklyn-based art collective now has another ultra weird sneaker up its sleeve with the MSCHF Super Normal 2 "Orange Milk." Inspired by the Nike Air Force 1, this summer-ready silhouette is the controversial brand's most conventional model, but it's still pretty strange compared to all of the other trainers out there.
Outfitted in a full leather construction, this Super Normal 2 works on top of a tumbled white base and is overlaid by wavy "Orange Milk" panelling throughout. This psychedelic aesthetic extends towards the toebox perforections, tongue, and even the stainless steel dubrae. MSCHF's signature exclamation mark logo is embroidered around the heel, and all of this comes packed in a special edition shoebox that has also been designed to turn heads.
The MSCHF Super Normal 2 "Orange Milk" drops on May 2nd and will be quite limited. Let us know what you think of these crazy kicks, and in other sneaker news, the Nike Air Foamposite One "Galaxy" is finally re-releasing!