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The Pyer Moss “Sculpt” Returns In A Cream Colorway This Weekend

The Pyer Moss “Sculpt” Returns In A Cream Colorway This Weekend

Back in 2017, Pyer Moss quietly began work on their very first standalone sneaker, the “Sculpt.” But it was only years after that the silhouette saw the light of day, its release tinged in both black and yellow. Now, at the end of 2020, the palette is receiving a slight tweak for the imprint’s Collection 3 drop this weekend.

To better suit the garments adjacent, the model is being entirely lightened. Rather than offer up the same dark scheme once again, the brand has bleached the leathers and mesh of the construction, each panel now a shade of cream. This extends towards the pulls along the heel, the lace toggle up front, and the premium lining within. Below, the oversized tooling remains its vibrant yellow tone, with little atop aside from the tonal “PYER MOSS” embossing.

Grab a detailed look at the Sculpt’s second colorway here and expect to find it at PyerMoss.com tomorrow, December 12th (12pm ET), for a retail of $595 USD.

In other news, Kid Cudi and adidas just unveiled the Vadawam 326.

Pyer Moss “The Sculpt”
Release Date: December 12th, 2020 (12pm ET)
$595 USD

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

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