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Adidas Star Wars: Force Milk Franchise!

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If you liked Marc Ecko’s line of Star Wars hoodies then you should prepare your wallet for another deluge of Star Wars-themed gear, although this time it’s from Adidas, so most of them are shoes, and unlike the detailed Ecko hoodies, some of them are just classic designs slapped with a Star Wars name and a palette swap. Most of the items in the series won’t be available until next month, while some, like this Superskate Mid Stormtrooper shoe, is already available at Adidas’ online shop for $100 (USD).

Adidas Star Wars Stormtrooper

The Darth Vader track top is also available now at Adidas’ online shop, also for $100. It’s one of the few “literal” Star Wars themed item in the line. I guess Adidas just couldn’t resist the dark side of merchandising.

Here’s an example of what I’m talking about: what seems to be a Stan Smith greased up and slapped with a picture of the Millenium Falcon on the tongue. Although I must admit this one’s kinda awesome.

That one’s not yet in stock; check out Adidas’ online shop for those that are already available. There’s also a microsite for the whole line, with a cool intro involving Vader, the Death Star and a city in your country.

[via electrobeans]



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