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Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Mickey Hi

March 3, 2010 BY / 0

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Had Mickey Mouse not just appeared on a pack of Vans Sk8-His, this might be the stuff evil empires are made of.  You’ve got adidas, who recently banned any logos beyond their Three Stripes from the NBDL, working together with Disney, who owns ESPN, ABC, and thus, your NBA viewing experience.  Who else but Jeremy Scott could steer these giant corporations back to the whimsical combo they really can be.

The adidas Originals JS Mickey Hi has an ’80s basketball aesthetic and takes his penchant for huge nontraditional tongue shapes even further with Mickey’s signature three-circled head peaking up above the ankle collar.  Stick with Sneaker News for updates, as these just became available at Korean e-tailer Kasina.

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