Look at these ridiculous Snoop Dogg money football cleats

Written by Alex Iniguez on .

Seriously, just look at these things:


The adidas cleats, designed in collaboration with hip-hop royalty Snoop Dogg, reference Mr. Dogg's song "Gin & Juice," which states "Got my mind on my money and my money on my mind."

The cleats feature prints of $100 bills, $10,000 bands around each shoe and "Gotta" and "Hustle" tags on the laces of the shoes.


Seems perfect for Antonio Brown, one third of the Steelers' former "Young Money Crew," along with the Broncos' Emmanuel Sanders and Mike Wallace, who signed with the Baltimore Ravens last week. 

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