Jeremy Scott Adds Detachable Bones to adidas Campus 80s
Arriving in two colorways.
Jeremy Scott and adidas are back at it again, delivering yet another over-the-top sneaker design for the maximalists.
This time around, the duo has reworked the Campus 80s, which come with oversized bone attachments on the lacing system. The design is further highlighted with furry detailing on the tongue, while adidas’ signature Three Stripes remain on the sides. The kicks are complete with the Trefoil logo on the heel tab. The collaboration comes in two colorways — a simple “Core Black/Footwear White” pair with a black upper with white accents, and another extravagant iteration featuring bold pink and black zebra stripes.
Jeremy Scott’s ongoing partnership with adidas dates all the way back to 2002. Most recently, the Moschino designer worked on the adidas Forum Wings 4.0 “Opal Pack” with wing attachments, as well as the Superstar, which was updated with “Money”-inspired details all over with an extra-long tongue.
Scroll through the gallery above for a closer look at the collaborative shoes. The Jeremy Scott x adidas Campus 80 “Bones” will release on February 16 at adidas Japan with a ¥19,800 JPY (approximately $151 USD) price tag.
For more adidas news, check out our interview with Wednesday actor Jenna Ortega on her new partnership with adidas Sportswear.