Eason Chan x adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott

December 11, 2012 BY / 11

RATE THIS
0.00 / 5 (NO VOTES YET)
RATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THIS
Loading...Loading...

The big reveal on the Eason Chan x adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott is here, with this latest set of images turning the lights up on the colorful project. Intended as a Chinese New Year tribute, the sneaker spins in a good amount of embroidery that gives it a traditional Chinese feel, a look that’s never made its way into the Jeremy Scott x adidas range before. Click through with Sneaker News to get a full look at the project from Chinese pop superstar Eason Chan and the Jeremy Scott adidas Originals line and watch for these wings to hit January 4th, 2013.









Photos: HB

 eBay Marketplace Logo "adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Infant" "adidas Wings Bear"
view all 279 items on ebay
disclaimer

Loading...

Filed under: Adidas Collaboration

Tags:

11 comments
RyanEstrada
RyanEstrada

i kinda like how they embroidered the roses....

84
84

Hop, Hop Gangnam Style!!!

Hahahahah can't ever understand there's adidas lovers when you see what nike and reebok have to offer.

LynnMinmei
LynnMinmei

Not too bad at all.  Maybe too many flowers on the upper, but that's all that really bothers me.

antonioo
antonioo

sick shit I just copped a pair of denims and these are next

New Videos

Subscribe to the Sneaker News Youtube Channel

latest posts
Loading...
Load more posts

Get the latest News and Releases to your inbox

New Videos

We made a $2.00 sneaker cleaner. by SneakerNews

Our Homemade sneaker cleaner destroyed these kicks. by SneakerNews

Popular Posts

666993

Jordan Brand And Russell Westbrook’s New Ad May Be A Shot At Kevin Durant by Patrick Johnson

667002

The Next Air Jordan 4 Premium Release Is In Three Weeks by Patrick Johnson

667074

Staple And Puma Have Two “Pigeon” Releases Coming by Zack Schlemmer

666247

Store List, Price, And Official Images Of The adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 For Infants/Toddlers by John Kim

666893

The Air Jordan 1 “Banned” May Not Be Limited, But Demand Is High by Sneaker News

Top Categories

  • Select Category

Archives

Sneaker Archive

MENU