The Official Kingdom Hearts III Boots Are What You'd Expect

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If you were to imagine what official Kingdom Hearts III boots would look like, you might imagine buckles, straps and chains. Plaid too, maybe!

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That pretty much sums up these boots. Japanese clothing company Super Groupies, whose slogan is “Anime into Fashion!”, created this officially licensed footwear inspired by Sora, Riku, Kairi, Roxas, and Axel.

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There are no real surprises, I think, and the Riku and Kairi ones are rather subtle in a tasteful way.

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Each pair of made-to-order boots is priced at 16,800 yen ($158), save for the Axel model, which is 18,800 yen ($177). For more, check out Super Groupies’ official site.

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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marteastwood47
MartEastwood47

So is every girls boots/shoes just have heels forever? Her shoes clearly don’t have heels.