The sneaker industry is a funny place. With appealing design paramount to a model’s success, brands usually go pretty hard seeking reparations from rivals who hijack their intellectual property. For example, when Skechers released a textile that looked suspiciously like Flyknit, Nike didn’t hesitate taking them to court. Same with adidas; the brand with the Three Stripes seem to think they own striped branding. (The Fashion Law reports adidas are currently settling disputes with ECCO, Marc Jacobs, Tesla and many more.) However, they never went after Hender Scheme’s ‘homages’ and even went on to collaborate with them.