Zara's at it again. After shamelessly biting a ton of Nike sneakers last summer, the fast fashion brand's latest bite, spotted by The Shoe Game, just might be the worst yet.
This time around, Zara lifts design cues from the Yeezy 750 Boost's upper like its laces, side panel ribbing, and overall profile, with a midsole that is awfully reminiscent of the adidas Tubular line. Believe it or not, it doesn't end there, as the sneaker's toe guard looks like a direct transplant from the Y-3 Retro Boost. Yeah — these are a mess to say the least.
Although no branding is visible and these don't appear to be a part of Zara's latest collection, the original Instagram source says that Zara is in fact responsible for these monstrosities. It's also worth mentioning that Zara is owned by Inditex, the same company that owns Bershka, a brand that was also guilty of dropping blatant Yeezy Boost and adidas rip-offs last fall.