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The term us believed to fashion taking -- a whole new meaning for Adidas as the company now pulls its shackles sneaker.
Even before it hits the store shelves.
-- -- sparking an uproar and -- charges of racism.
Trace Gallagher explains -- West Coast interface.
I think this is one of those cases negative even a dieters would like to do over here in these things were supposed to be released until August but they released -- ahead of time on their FaceBook page you see him right there.
Well they called -- -- handiwork of a whimsical designer but then -- the outrage grew across the web very very quickly back Twitter labeled these things quote.
A deed is slave shackle kicks other charges claiming the issues he evokes slavery and let the data in the middle of a public relations nightmare.
Here's a radio talk show hosts talking about these things play.
Slavery and of course always -- not something that I was.
You know trying to make money you know -- to replicate something I would hope that the schools who say you can't Wear these in our schools.
-- host of course is an African American activists we should also point out a lot of people came out -- -- -- issues claiming they have nothing do with -- -- But even many who didn't see the racism.
Said that the sneakers were in poor taste after getting pummeled online.
We apologize if people are offended by the design and we are withdrawing our plans to make them available.
In the marketplace the designer is a man named Jeremy Scott he lives in Beverly Hills.
He said it was a -- on this my pet monster which was a cartoon.
At a toy back in the ninety's you see there it's got shackles around its waist and wrists and that's where he says he got the idea.
For the shackled.
High top tennis shoes and.
Jeremy Jeremy Jeremy Jeremy.
All right thanks strays.
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