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Would You Wear These adidas 7X750 Sneakers That Look Like They’re Covered In Mud?

Submitted by on August 17, 2014 – 12:05 pmOne Comment

If you like buying and wearing sneakers, then you probably walk around with the same fear that the rest of us who like buying and wearing sneakers do: Getting those sneakers dirty. You pay hundreds and hundreds of dollars for your sneakers and do all that you can to keep them clean. And then, one day, splat! You accidentally step in a puddle or, worse, are forced to walk across a muddy surface with them. And just like that, they’re ruined. Well, not ruined ruined, but it takes quite a bit of time—and a whole bunch of cleaning products—to bring them back to life. And they’re never quite the same after that.

If you’ve ever encountered this problem, then we might have just the solution for you. adidas recently teamed up with a British conceptual artist named Ryan Gander to create a pair of adidas 7X750 sneakers that were made with you in mind. That’s because these particular 7X750 sneakers were designed to look like they’re covered in mud. So it’s impossible to destroy to bottoms of the sneakers. Because even when they’re brand new, they look like they’ve been used. They’re the answer to your problems if you’re the type of person who hates worrying about whether or not you’re going to get your new white kicks dirty.

There is some bad news here, though. While these 7X750 sneakers are cool, they’re going to run you quite a bit of money. They are currently on sale for $175, which is way more than you would pay for a regular pair of 7X750 sneakers. Additionally, the idea behind these sneakers is cool. But if you try and wear them out to, say, a movie or a nice restaurant, there’s a good chance that people are going to look at you crazy. Because even though they’re not actually covered in mud, they sure look like they are.

So what do you think about these adidas 7X750 sneakers? Are you a fan of what adidas has created here? Or do you think it’s silly to buy new sneakers that are made to look like they’re old and dirty?

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