MSCHF collaborates with Crocs to create jumbo yellow boots

Artwork collective MSCHF has collaborated with footwear model Crocs to design a pair of outsized yellow boots with “distinctive” holes.

Referred to as Huge Pink Boots (Yellow), the footwear are the newest iteration of jumbo boots by MSCHF, which beforehand designed an identical pair of crimson boots modelled on these worn by the manga character Astro Boy.

The boots function Crocs’ recognisable holes

The yellow boots function the identical cartoony form, characterised by a chunky higher part that extends to the mid-calf. Nevertheless, they’re additionally punctuated by the recognisable holes that outline Crocs’ Traditional Clogs.

A heel strap emblazoned with the Crocs brand can also be connected to the again of the boots.

The boots have been worn by rapper Tommy Money

“We’re mixing two samples to create one thing completely reworked and immediately recognisable,” stated MSCHF, which can make the footwear out there in a restricted drop subsequent month.

“Crocs’ distinctive gap sample and strap get transposed onto the massive crimson boot silhouette,” added the artwork collective.

The yellow boots have been debuted by Estonian rapper Tommy Money through the Rick Owens runway present at Paris Vogue Week in June, whereas he was playfully dressed and performing as a mime artist within the entrance row.

MSCHF has additionally launched imagery of American media persona Paris Hilton sporting the footwear mixed with a vibrant yellow and black motorcycle-style outfit.

Paris Hilton wearing the yellow boots
Paris Hilton sporting the yellow boots

Identified for its various creations, MSCHF has beforehand collaborated with musician Lil Nas X to create Nike trainers customised with human blood – a transfer that resulted in Nike suing the artwork collective.

Just lately, MSCHF designed a reproduction of a Louis Vuitton bag that’s “smaller than a grain of salt” as a critique of the world of luxurious trend.

Different footwear initiatives which have sparked dialog embrace a chunky, bristly operating shoe outsole by Central Saint Martins graduate Kiki Grammatopoulos, who created the footwear to assist unfold vegetation and seeds in cities as a part of a undertaking she’s titled Rewild the Run.

The photographs are courtesy of MSCHF.