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Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Mickey Hi

Submitted by on March 4, 2010 – 12:18 am4 Comments

Jeremy Scott hits us with yet another creative design!

Check it out:

The adidas Originals JS Mickey Hi has an ’80s basketball aesthetic and takes his penchant for huge nontraditional tongue shapes, even further with Mickey’s signature three-circled head peaking up above the ankle collar.

Collaborating with Disney, who are the owners of ESPN, ABC, and thus, your NBA viewing experience, Jeremy Scott once again gives everyone a piece of his creative inpsirations, that is sure to make a mark in this sneaker industry.

The sneaker just became available at Korean e-tailer Kasina.


Will you be wearing JS Mickey Hi’s?

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