Zara just won’t chill with the foolishness. After being taunted for copying a slew of nike sneakers just last summer, they have now took it back and have decided to use the Yeezy Boost as a prop for disrespect. Zara continues to give us mediocre models of kicks that bluntly disrespect the hard work that designers have put into a product. The somewhat Yeezy 750 Boost pictured above is seen with side panel ribbing, Yeezy type laces and gives off vibes of the adidas Tubular. They also look somewhat similar to the Y-3 retro boost and people just aren’t feeling it. The shoes are not apart of their latest collection but they might not ever make it to shelves anyways.

It’s also confusing that Zara is owned by Inditex, the same company that owns Bershka, which is a brand that was found guilty of dropping similar Yeezy Boost like kicks last fall.