Denim high tops. Gratified slip-ons. Tiger trainers complete with tail. No, we've not slipped something in your tea - Jeremy Scott has got his hands on adidas Original's shoes again.
The off-the-wall American designer has renewed his long-standing collaboration with the sneaker giant (he's been working with them since 2002) with a new collection for the Autumn/Winter 2014 season - and it's anything but sensible.
The range of bold and bizarre designs includes a hiking boot scrawled with the designs of New York artist Kenny Scharf, a noisy pair of Tall Boys in yellow and neon purple and a pair of tiger-themed high tops. We would say they're grrreeeat, but we're better than that.
Headed to adidas' online store and suitable funky retailers from 12 July, this isn't a range for the shy and retiring.