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The Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Wings Get A “Black Patent” Makeover

Submitted by on July 7, 2012 – 10:39 am2 Comments
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The Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Wings sneakers are, arguably, the hottest sneakers that Jeremy Scott and adidas Originals have put out over the course of the last few years. Even though it’s only 2012, the sneakers—which were originally released back in 2010—are already guaranteed to land at or near the top of a bunch of “Best of…” lists at the end of decade. But, you know what would make them even hotter? Black patent leather! As we’ve seen time and time again in the past, patent leather can make ugly sneakers look fresh and it can make sneakers that are already fresh even fresher. So, it should come as no surprise to see what it does for the winged Jeremy Scott creations.

As you can see in the photos presented to you here, Jeremy Scott has created a “Black Patent” version of his now-classic Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals JS Wings sneaker. It offers up a fresh take on the JS Wings and it’ll be included as a part of the Spring/Summer 2013 collection that Jeremy Scott is putting together for adidas Originals. The sneakers will feature a black patent leather upper, black patent leather wings, and small hits of white on the inner part of the midsole of the sneaker that makes the patent leather pop even more than it already does. How fly is that?

In fact, the only bad thing about these “Black Patent” JS Wings is that you’re not going to be able to get your hands on them anytime soon. These images hit the Internet earlier this week. But, as we mentioned, these are part of Scott’s 2013 collection, so they won’t be available until next year. But, at least we know Scott is continuing to push the boundaries with his sneakers, right? We’ll be sure to remind you as we get closer to a firm release date for them.

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