This Maison Margiela 22 Fusion Sneaker looks like it’s been through hell and back
When it comes to releasing controversial luxury sneakers, Maison Margiela is always at the top of that list. If “different” is what you’re looking for in your next sneaker purchase, look no more and feast your eyes on the Maison Margiela 22 Fusion Sneaker in the brand new Black and Silver colorway.
To put it simply, the made in Italy Maison Margiela 22 Fusion Sneaker opts for a nontraditional, exposed and unfinished construction aesthetic. From top to bottom, no part of this sneaker follows the “norm”. The Maison Margiela 22 Fusion Sneaker looks like it was literally ripped apart and rebuilt inside out using glue and tap.
Although there is plenty to talk about when it comes to this model, features that manage to stand out include the calfskin upper that covered in what looks to be large blobs of glue. Add in the patchwork and what appears to be duct tape on the side panels and heels, and you’ve got a shoe that looks like it has some pretty dope stories to tell. In other word, the sneaker looks like it’s been through some things. Giving the model a bit more of a sporty aesthetic is the use of mesh, textile and plastic overlays. On top of all of that (or below) is a chunky rubber sole unit that rounds out the main features of the shoe.
This is definitely not a purchase for the common snaekerhead, but if you’re down to drop £1,125 on them, you can find this Maison Margiela 22 Fusion Sneaker at select retailers such as END. Like the finer things in life? We suggest you also take a look at the Givenchy Leo Sneaker.
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