Jeremy Scott x adidas Originals by Originals JS Flames

As we conclude this very last adidas Originals by Originals collection, Jeremy Scott’s line has

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As we conclude this very last adidas Originals by Originals collection, Jeremy Scott’s line has produced some memorable footwear over the last few seasons. While not the boldest of his attempts, the JS Flames enjoys a further look here with a modified basketball silhouette which features notable Hot Wheels inspirations. The gradient upper features contrasting black accents and yellow laces.

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