The shoes which form the part of the Adidas jeremy scott wings 2.0 kaufen
range are inspired by the 80s basketball style. The shoes were designed by an American fashion designer – Jeremy Scott. He is the only man in the fashion industry having such an interest in designing sneakers. The sneakers were brought into the market towards the fall of the year 2008. The shoes were comparable with an older model of sneakers manufactured by Adidas.
These Adidas jeremy scott mickey maus
literally had wings stylishly attached at the laces whereas some had them at the back. This was one of the most unconventional designs that had ever been made. The shoes had a rather offbeat and angelic look. The wings attached were removable. The shoes also had vanity lacing along with the coloring which gave out a futuristic vibe despite maintaining their retro look impressively.
The Adidas jeremy scott gorilla
shoes were the most representative series ever made and had set up a high benchmark which was never met by any other designer or shoe manufacturer. The wings in those shoes could be easily related to Hermes, the Greek messenger god. According to the ancient Greek myths, the messenger god or the angel of gods wore sandals that had wings attached to them which helped him to fly.
This unique footwear range of Adidas jeremy scott günstig
also featured some designs which used transparent soft plastic as the material, thus making the shoes see-through. Even though they were transparent, they still were available in different colors. Some people might find them quirky but they would definitely turn many heads on the streets. Some might even envy you for your fashion forwardness.
Their 2013 Adidas jeremy scott wings günstig
collection has got shoes with hologram Adidas wings and pink poodles. These designs with the bear and the monkey were furry and had two hands and a complete face with a tongue sticking out. The brand has also brought out an apparel range with designs completely inspired by their earlier range of sneakers and even extracting the prints present on them.