Adidas X Dragon Ball Z Gears Up For Round Two

Adidas X Dragon Ball Z Gears Up For Round Two

Adidas unleash part two of their Dragon Ball Z collaboration with two new variations on popular silhouettes.

Gohan and Cell go head to head in this months Adidas X Dragon Ball Z Collaboration as the German brand continue with a staggered release of their themed shoe range with two new additions.

The pack debuted in September with Adidas’ ‘ZX500 RM’ and ‘Yung-1’ shoes based on Dragon Ball Z characters Goku and Frieza.

Now as we approach the end of October the second battle begins with sneakers based on Gohan and Cell available to buy today.

Adidas X Dragon Ball Z

Based on Adidas’ unique ‘Deerupt’ silhouette, these shoes are presented in the same purple tones as worn by Gohan. A mesh outer layer disguises subtle stylings on the inner sock. The effect is finished off with gold stitching and logo.

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Whilst non-themed colourways of the same shoe can be picked up for less than £50, these limited edition designs are retailing at an eye watering price of £119.95. [Buy Here]

Adidas X Dragon Ball Z Prophere

Adidas’ ‘Prophere’ will set you back even more for this design styled after Cell. The RRP on this pair of shoes comes in at £139.95.

The biggest clue that these sneakers are part of the collaboration is the colourway. Other than that, all other detailing is incredibly subtle. [Buy Here]

If Adidas stay true to form we should see the next installments of the Dragon Ball Z pack becoming available towards the end of November based on Vegeta and Majin Buu.

Will Harrison

About the author | Will Harrison

Founder of The Unheard Nerd. A husband and father of two girls, Will is a fan of Nerdcore Hip-Hop, a comics fiend, a podcast host and champion of independent nerd culture. | Follow will on twitter: @TheUnheardNerd

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