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Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Panda Bear @ Kicks-Crew

July 13, 2011 BY / 0

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What’s the craziest sneaker design we’ve seen so far in 2011?  For some, it could be the radical speckling design on the upcoming ‘Miami Nights’ LeBron 8 V2 Lows; for others, the picture of a nubuck ‘Black Cement’ Air Jordan 3 might as well be in the dictionary under ‘looney’.  But when it comes down to the sheer shock value of your first impression, few shoes can rival the Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Panda Bear.  J.Scott’s latest take on the mid-’80s Metro Attitude basketball silhouette, the JS Panda Bear throws a black and white twist on the snuggly teddy-tongued variant he’s made popular over the last year.  Click through for some new images and lock up your pair in advance of the August 1st drop date, courtesy of Kicks-Crew.

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