Two days, ago a press release was circulated that led the world to believe that Muska was now riding for Straye footwear. Chad took to Instagram yesterday to clarify that while he is collaborating with Straye, he is still riding for Supra. This means that the Skytop legacy will, in fact, continue into the future.
I would like address the press release that was leaked yesterday and clarify a few very important facts that were misinterpreted by the media. I am not leaving Supra, I just signed a 2 year deal with them and look forward to our continuing relationship. The Muska Skytop is my shoe. I’ve been involved in its design and watched it grow and evolve for 10 years. The Supra Skytop franchise is a legacy I’m proud of and I’m not about to give it up and will continue to support the shoe and Supra with my ideas and designs. I’m also involved in a lot of things in my life, including art and design. So when some friends told me they were starting a new shoe company I agreed to give them some help, which was cool with Supra. So I would like to thank everyone that has supported the SKYTOP products over the years and urge you to continue, with me, to do so and also to thank our global distribution team and retailers that continue to help make my vision for the Skytop franchise a reality. #skytop4ever #muska
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