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These Han Solo Sneakers Have Soul… O

by Conner Flynn
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Han Solo is one of the best characters in movie history. Everything about the Millennium Falcon’s Captain is iconic. He’s a scoundrel, he’s got the swagger, even his outfit kicks butt. This dude’s hair is always perfect. The way the holster and blaster hang off of his hip, that vest, those stripes on his pants… Han is the man. Now you can take a fashion cue from Han with these cool Han Solo sneakers.

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Po-Zu has added a Solo-inspired sneaker to their officially licensed Star Wars shoe collection. The design keeps things simple, but the Corellian Bloodstripe along the side is stunning nonetheless. These shoes are crafted with sustainable materials and environmentally friendly production processes as well. The coconut fiber and latex memory foam insole keeps things comfortable too.

The Han Solo sneaker is available to pre-order right here for about $97 with delivery scheduled for May. That when you and your family can make jokes like, “I thought they smelled bad on the outside”.

Honestly, this is one of the cooler pairs of Star Wars themed sneakers that you can buy. Don’t miss out on these. You’ll do the Kessel Run in record time. With your feet of course.

[via Comicbook]

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