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Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals Rod Laver “Gold Python”

February 18, 2014 BY / 3

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Jeremy Scott’s various adidas creations have more often than not remixed the chunkier silhouettes from the brand. Taking a left turn is his new adidas Originals Rod Laver version, which still ends up every bit as ostentatious as previous JS x adidas models. For example, the upper is a shimmering gold faux-snakeskin affair that features a winged dollar sign locked into the laces. They’ve already shown up at UK retailer End Clothing and sizes are going fast, but hopefully we’ll get word of some stateside stockists soon. See the full photos below and watch for word on that right here.


Source: End Clothing












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kicks67
kicks67

I can swear this man is mocking hiphop/sneaker/ethnic culture sometimes. And people still rock his shit with pride. smh!



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