There's no doubt that the adidas Forum has become one of the hottest silhouettes this year, seeing collaborations and interpretations by Jeremy Scott, Bad Bunny, and more, and Kerwin Frost is the latest creator to take on the retro-inspired sneaker.

The collaboration is without a doubt the weirdest one yet. If you thought teddy bear sneakers were strange, you're about to get your mind blown. Taking on the classic blue and white iteration of the Forum High, the shoe comes with detachable long blonde hair (!) attached to the back, as well as two eyes on each side of the lacing, a nose on top, and is finished off with a mouth design that covers the mudguard.

Lastly, the shoe features Kerwin Frost's branding across the velcro closure, and fans have already been quick to recognize that the collaboration is "authentically Krewin Frost." "Tbh Kerwin has always done Kerwin never apologises for himself, you can tell the dude making these shoes for himself and anyone else that enjoys them and who he is," writes Instagram user gw_middleman in the Highsnobiety comments, with multiple users echoing his thoughts.

The shoe may be weird, but not too weird for Kerwin Frost. He previously collaborated with adidas on the "Superstuffed," which was an iteration of the classic Superstar silhouette that was made to look five sizes bigger, and there's reportedly a Forum Low collab on the way, as well.

The Kerwin Frost x adidas Originals Forum High is set to retail at $250, with no official release date announced yet. Stay tuned as more information surfaces, and let us know if you'll be purchasing a pair.

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