adidas Top Ten 2000 – Black – White – Red

March 29, 2012 BY / 7

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While the Crazy 8 is the ‘Feet You Wear’-equipped Three Stripes model most people remember as Kobe Bryant’s early adidas signature, but that one was actually the young Mamba’s sophomore season shoe.  Kobe’s first was itself a continuation of a 1980s-born lineage, the adidas Top Ten 2000 returns with a colorway you would expect from the turn of that decade into the ’90s.  These have an undeniable ‘Infrared’ look about them (more Air Jordan VI than Air Max 90) but still firmly assert their adi-dentity thanks to one of the more distinct designs on record.  Check them out up close after the jump and hit up select retailers like Extra Butter to get yours today.

 

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GersonGarcia34
GersonGarcia34

I have these and no matter how bad i play everyone still jocks the shoes.

Marida903
Marida903

MUST HAVE! Probably the first pair of Adidas since 2008...

Enemizz
Enemizz

They look like crazy 8's.. I'll play ball in these.. they nice as hell

misio
misio

Dude Kobe played in these before the crazy 8's, so in reality the crazy 8's look like the Top Ten 2000

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