The prehistoric shoes of Jeremy Scott and Adidas that would excite Fred Flintstone

How can we forget the favorite family of the caveman era, The Flintstones? Today we will see some shoes that, without a doubt, would thrill Pedro, Pablo, Vilma, Betty and the whole family: the prehistoric Jeremy Scott x Adidas Campus 80 Bones.

The always irreverent Jeremy Scott continues his collaborations with adidas, and for the most recent it refers to the singular cavernous style.

Jeremy Scott, born in Kansas City in 1975, is one of the most renowned fashion designers in the United States. He stood out at Paris Fashion Week in the late 90s, later joining Vogue and Moschino, where he has trained.

Since June 2008 he has collaborated with Adidas, both with clothing and footwear collections. His winged slippers and teddy bear slippers became a classic, recognized brand of Jeremy Scott.

Among her biggest fans are Nicki Minaj, Sky Ferreira, Britney Spears and Rihanna.

So are the Jeremy Scott x Adidas Campus 80 Bones shoes

At the moment there are two models of the Jeremy Scott x Adidas Campus 80 Bones, but both follow the same idea: the decoration with bones and the use of furry elements. Come on, as if they were from The Flintstones, the famous Hanna-Barbera comic from the 60s.

as described Sneaker News, the base of the shoe uses bone-shaped fittings, stacking “a trio of femurs up to a faux fur-covered tongue.”

Jeremy Scott x Adidas Campus 80 Bones

The big difference is the color of the iteration: it’s in black or in pink with animal print.

The initial release of the Jeremy Scott x Adidas Campus 80 Bones will take place in Japan this Thursday, February 16. It is likely that they will later arrive in the United States through the official portal of Adidas and at select retailers, but no word on when or how much they will cost.