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Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals Fire | January 2011

November 16, 2010 BY / 0

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Flamboyant adidas Originals collaborator Jeremy Scott clearly has a thing for the Metro Attitude silhouette.  Originally debuted in 1986 as Patrick Ewing’s signature shoe, the Attitude has evolved into one of Three Stripes heritage models, and the base for what is now the third J.Scott reinvention.  It all started with the Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Wings, which gave way to JS Wings 2.0.  This new model, then, is a new take on the two-point-oh, the adidas Originals Fire.  They use the same basic shape as the second Wings, but instead of Goodyear-style feathers, these joints go the hot rod route and opt for a gradient flame motif.  Looks like these’ll hit retail next January, and you can get a better look when you click below to let us know what you think about the latest Jeremy Scott adidas.  via SdG

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