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adidas Rivalry Lo “Red Eye” Customs by Revive

January 12, 2013 BY / 3

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How good is your knowledge of ancient sewing machines? If you’re up on your history in that realm then you don’t need an explanation, but if not then follow us here: the adidas Rivalry Lo ‘Red Eye’ gets its name and ornate patterning from the Singer 66 model of the same name. The snakeskin prints on the base model still shine through to complete this mashup of the contemporary (that reptile Rivalry Lo dropped just last year) and the classic (the Red Eye dropped back in 1902). Stay with us after the jump for a detailed look at the pair and let us know your thoughts on this latest piece from Revive.


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3 comments
SneakerCraze
SneakerCraze

Very artistic, Details are ridiculous......

BestGuest
BestGuest

The detail on these is incredible! Not my thing, but these are really more like art. Well done!

BKE420
BKE420

very nice. good work E. #sneakerheads

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