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Did Jeremy Scott Really Just Create An adidas Originals Sneaker That Looks Like A Zebra?

Submitted by on September 26, 2013 – 1:12 pmOne Comment

Do you like animals? Do you like sneakers? Then there’s a good chance that you love everything that Jeremy Scott has created for adidas Originals over the course of the last few years. From teddy bears to poodles, Jeremy Scott has incorporated all kinds of animals into his adidas Originals sneakers. And somewhat surprisingly, they’ve gotten such a great response from sneakerheads that he continues to push the boundaries and create sneakers that look like animals. Just check out his latest creation in the photo above.

The sneaker that you see is being called the adidas Jeremy Scott “Zebra” and it looks like, well, a zebra. It doesn’t feature a head like some of the other animal-themed Jeremy Scott sneakers. But it does have black and white stripes all over it, a fuzzy texture, and, of course, a gigantic zebra tail sticking out the back of it. There’s absolutely no mistaking what this sneaker is supposed to be patterned after. It’s clear that Jeremy Scott created this for all those people who want their sneakers to look like zebras (we’re sure there are a few of you out there!). And he did a good job doing it.

The adidas Jeremy Scott “Zebra” sneakers are available right now through select adidas retailers. What do you think about what Jeremy Scott did here? Did he nail another animal-themed sneaker? Or has he officially taken this whole animal theme a little bit too far? We happen to like his animal designs. We thought they were a little bit strange at first. But now that it’s clearly become a thing, we think Jeremy Scott might as well continue to push the envelope and create sneakers with animals prints all over them.

Let us know what you think about the latest Jeremy Scott sneaker after checking out some more photos of it below.

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