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Adidas apologizes, pulls ‘shackles’ shoes deemed racist the sneakers, which feature bright orange shackles, were slammed on facebook for their connection slavery. at first, the company defended the shoe, but shortly after issuing its first statement, adidas backtracked.. Adidas ag ceo kasper rorsted has not considered dropping kanye west after the rapper’s recent controversial comments on slavery.. in an interview with bloomberg tv today following the company. Much like nike's fourth of july shoes, adidas' 2012 release was rightfully called out for associations with slavery due to the pair's over-the-top shackle design. after being criticized by the likes of jesse jackson for their "attempt to commercialize and make popular more than 200 years of human degradation," adidas cancelled their release..
Update: adidas has canceled plans to sell the jeremy scott shoes and released the following statement: "the design of the js roundhouse mid is nothing more than the designer jeremy scott's outrageous and unique take on fashion and has nothing to do with slavery. we apologize if people are offended. Adidas pulls "shackle" shoes from sale after slavery controversy. the controversial designer's work with adidas is probably best remembered for his "winged" footwear but we doubt the german. Adidas pulls shoe in response to slavery controversy. resembled a symbol of slavery. the sneaker “is nothing more than the designer jeremy scott’s outrageous and unique take on fashion and has nothing to do with slavery,” adidas said in a statement. “since the shoe debuted on our facebook page ahead of its market release in august.
Hours after defending the controversial design of a new line of sneakers against accusations of racism, adidas announced the shoes would be pulled from production and not hit shelves in august as. Adidas pulls jeremy scott 'handcuff' sneakers after 'slavery' controversy jeremy scott is known for sending wild, outlandish, often humorous designs down the runway. he's been inspired by.