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How Do You Feel About These Insane adidas Tubulars Designed By Jeremy Scott?

Submitted by on April 25, 2015 – 2:44 pmNo Comment
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Jeremy Scott is obviously known for pushing the boundaries when it comes to designing sneakers. In the past, he has designed a handful of really off-the-wall shoes for adidas and has made a name for himself in the sneaker community by going the extra mile in the design room. When you see a sneaker designed by Jeremy Scott, you instantly know it. But it appears as though he saved one of his wildest designs yet for a new adidas Tubular.

The adidas Tubular has become one of the most popular sneakers released by adidas in recent years because of its simple, yet sophisticated, design. It’s a really beautiful shoe that can be dressed up or dressed down, and it’s already become a staple for a lot of sneakerheads. But the Tubular that Jeremy Scott just designed is going to fall into either the “Love” or “Hate” category for a lot of people. Because frankly, Jeremy Scott has taken the Tubular to a whole other level, and it’s a level that some people might not be ready for yet.

As you can see, Jeremy Scott’s Tubular features hits of yellow and pink throughout the upper as well as a reptilian texture towards the back of the sneaker. The outer sole appears to be white, for the most part, but just about everything else on the sneaker is loud and colorful. Even the shoelaces appear to be striped with green and are very bold. It’s clear that Jeremy Scott wanted to make a statement with these, and that statement has definitely been made.

All of that being said, what do you think about what he came up with here? There haven’t been any details about a possible release date put out just yet. But would you put a pair of these onto your feet, or do you think there’s simply too much going on here?

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