August 8, 2012 BY Aaron Hope
Infrared is one of the early ’90s most memorable shades, a color that played an integral role in two of Nike’s biggest turn of the decade hits. The original Air Max 90 and Air Jordan VIs are so much a reminder of that particular era that we’ve seen several brands hearken back to their own similar efforts, but this latest with that label is from neither Nike, nor is it the traditional pinkish-red we’re used to. Fresh off its ‘South Beach’ copycat, the adidas Top Ten 2000 comes with a tag marked ‘Infrared’, even though they’re remarkably similar to a pair New York Knicks guard Iman Shumpert was spotted rocking near the NBA’s All-Star weekend. LDRS’ RegularOlTy calls them more of a ‘caution orange’, so have a closer look after the jump below and let us know what you think.
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