A lawsuit was recently filed by Adidas in Canada, claiming that two Payless ShoeSource styles with four stripes and other alleged similarities infringe on the Adidas SuperStar and the Tuscany/Adi Racer, two of the German company’s biggest sellers. The suit asserts that Adidas has the rights to the three-stripe mark and anything confusingly similar, including two stripes and four stripes. The Canadian suit is similar to the one brought by Adidas against Payless in a U.S. court. An American jury awarded Adidas a whopping $305 million in damages in that case last May. The award was later reduced by the judge to $65.3 million. That case is still being appealed by Collective Brands, parent of Payless.