January 14, 2013 BY Aaron Hope / 16
After all the holiday drops, a few previews and a quiet period, it’s time to welcome the next set of neckbreaking footwear from the Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals capsule. J.Scott is partial to Three Stripes classic basketball hightops and on his new adidas Originals JS P-Letters design, he renders the Decade nearly unrecognizable thanks to a whole new approach to branding. Styled in all caps, the black overlay stands in contrast to the traditional branding as seen on the tongue tag of these two-toned odes to penmanship. Stick with Sneaker News to see when they arrive at US retailers and let us know how these compare to Dee and Ricky’s feltboard Ponys, along with the rest of the insane Jeremy Scott adidas collection.
While this pair is not my style. The man has come up with some cutting edge kicks. Kinda funny how the same people that line up for some uptempos have a problem with this shoe. smh
yet another awful JS creation. The only shoe that was decent to me was the denim wings but this shit is a fucking joke, a gimmick if you will
actually I don't like the shoes, but you gotta respect his creativity, he always brings something new
@drmtm what's creative about slapping big letters on a sneaker? nothing! like we don't already know it's a "adidas"
@dopeman978 I think this is hot. His design work is all cosmetic, and I think he does a very good job at creating outlandish styles.