These Exist: Leopard Sneakers for Dogs Courtesy of Jeremy Scott for Adidas

Thank you Jeremy Scott for Adidas for giving the world precisely what it lacked: Leopard sneakers for pups, complete with little stuffed cat faces on 'em! Whoa, meta! Given we're not entirely sure if these are actually going into production or if they're just the most awesome styling gimmick ever but, regardless, we love them. And we want them. And, from the looks of it, the rest of the Spring 2012 collection from the collaboration (called ObyO) is just as hilarious irreverent, featuring stuffed gorillas and a leopard sneak with a tail that are totally, totally wearable. Though we still think they'd look better on dogs.
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Thank you Jeremy Scott for Adidas for giving the world precisely what it lacked: Leopard sneakers for pups, complete with little stuffed cat faces on 'em! Whoa, meta! Given we're not entirely sure if these are actually going into production or if they're just the most awesome styling gimmick ever but, regardless, we love them. And we want them. And, from the looks of it, the rest of the Spring 2012 collection from the collaboration (called ObyO) is just as hilarious irreverent, featuring stuffed gorillas and a leopard sneak with a tail that are totally, totally wearable. Though we still think they'd look better on dogs.
Photo: Via Vice Style

Photo: Via Vice Style

Thank you Jeremy Scott for Adidas for giving the world precisely what it lacked: Leopard sneakers for pups, complete with little stuffed leopard faces on 'em! Whoa, meta!

Granted, we're not entirely sure if these are actually going into production or if they're just the most awesome styling gimmick ever but, regardless, we love them. And we want them.

And, from the looks of it, the rest of the Spring 2012 collection from the collaboration (called ObyO) is just as hilarious irreverent, featuring stuffed gorillas and a leopard sneak with a tail that are totally, totally wearable. Though we still think they'd look better on dogs. Big thanks to Vice Style for pointing these puppies (pun intended) out!