The force is strong with this one… we just can’t resist Adidas’s new line of limited edition Star Wars shoes! Young padawans and jedi masters alike can enjoy this unique line of shoes.
The line, called mi Star Wars, is fully customizable. Each shoe starts with a basic design, and then you can choose from dozens of colors and prints, and decorate with logos of your favorite characters. Go bright and white with a Stormtrooper print, or give yourself over to the dark side with sleek black. You can even choose metallic gold and silver – they’re definitely the Droids you are looking for!
Some shoes come with personalized laser engraving. My personal favorite is a pair of kids’ hi-tops with glow in the dark soles. From the back of the heel, Yoda stares deeply into the eyes of your followers, mesmerizing them with your Jedi power.
Adidas launched the products just a few weeks ahead of the release of Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens. We’re not afraid to admit we are huge Star Wars nerds here at UFAI, and we’re just glad that now our feet can join in the fun, too!
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