One of the main criticisms levelled against Adidas’ Dragon Ball collaboration was that the shoes were all trash, and didn’t feature the company’s more popular models like the Ultra Boost. Those, it turns out, were being saved for something else: a line based on HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Adidas keeps rolling out looks at the official Dragon Ball sneakers that’ll start releasing soon, and the latest is probably the best of the bunch: Shenron.
Adidas is coming out with a whole line of Dragon Ball sneakers, and while the shoes themselves aren’t great, the sportswear giant is hoping that the boxes they come in are reason enough for fans to drop hundreds of dollars on the set.
Korean sneaker/Overwatch fan upboy has transformed a collection of Air Force 1s, turning them into Overwatch kicks with shoes based on heroes like D.Va, Widowmaker, Genji and Zarya.
These PlayStation sneakers aren’t official—I doubt either Nike or Sony would go with something so obvious—but the results are still pretty cool.
While Adidas are working with Dragon Ball Z, Converse have teamed up with a more peaceful Japanese property for an upcoming line of sneakers.
OK, we’re pretty much done with leaks: these are some of the first official shots of Adidas’ anticipated upcoming collaboration with Dragon Ball Z, and they show the first two pairs are running with a Goku vs. Frieza theme.
By all accounts, the original 1991 release of Asics’ Gel Saga was inspired by the aesthetics of Gundam, making it one of the first nerd sneakers in history. The shoe’s 2018 re-release is paying homage to that heritage.
Earlier this year, there was a big fuss from Dragon Ball fans over a line of sneakers that Adidas was releasing based on the franchise, mostly because a bunch of leaked designs looked terrible. Now that one of the shoes is actually coming out, though, things might not be so bad.
When reader Cong Cao wanted to get his girlfriend Mavis a birthday present this year, he skipped the whole “buy her a corny gift” angle and went straight to the heart.
Gucci’s new Rhyton sneakers have been designed to do two things: cost a lot of money and inflict visual trauma on survivors of the first great console wars.
High scores and achievements are there to make you appreciate your feats, but some 2K players are getting a more material reward for their efforts this month.
There will be seven players rated 99 overall in this year’s Madden. Good for them, but especially for the three that were sent these fancy cleats by Nike to commemorate the occasion.
Death comes for us all, but for iconic movie sneakers it comes a lot quicker.