Adidas pulls Jeremy Scott ankle-cuff sneakers
Adidas has pulled its Jeremy Scott shoes with ankle-cuffs. Critics say they resemble a symbol of slavery.
The sneaker was supposed to be a reboot of a classic high-top. Scott is one of fashion's wildest designers and says he was going for "quirky." Adidas denies the look is linked to slavery, but pulled the shoes nonetheless.
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