Get Hyped for an adidas x Dragon Ball Z Collaborative Series Later This Year

If you’re a fan of both adidas and Dragon Ball Z, you’re in for a treat.

For the last couple years, it appears that the brand with the three stripes can do no wrong with it comes to catering to its fan base. Now, two mockups of an adidas x Dragon Ball Z collaboration have been leaked.

Instagram user @seraphpy has done mockups of what the first two sneakers in the collaboration could look like: the adidas Prophere ‘Cell’ and the adidas Yung-1 ‘Freiza’, both named after villains in Dragon Ball Z.

There are six other sneakers in addition to the  two pictured here. However, four rumored models in the collaboration are the adidas Ultra Boost ‘Yajirobe’, the NMD_CS1 ‘Mr. Popo’, the NMD_Racer ‘Mr. Satan’, and the adidas Futurecraft ‘Tenshinhan’ (or Tien Shinhan).

According to Instagram user @whatdropsnext, the collaboration is set to release sometime in Fall of 2018. It is important to note, though, that everything is currently speculation so no prices have been announced. Keep it locked to WearTesters for any upcoming news and updates on the adidas x Dragon Ball Z collaboration.

What do you think of the adidas x Dragon Ball Z collaboration? Are you a Dragon Ball Z fan like myself and can’t wait for more news? Let us know what you think in the comment section.

adidas Prophere Cell

adidas yung-1 Frieza


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    1. Right? I can’t wait for the Mr. Popo or if the Tien collab is going to have three eyes or something. That’d be so cool.

  1. No Vegeta shoes?

    Im a Big fan of Vegeta,

    Hope it gets an ultra boost treatment…..

    Lucky Yajirobe fans, they get the ultra boost.

    1. Keep in mind, seven of the eight shoes have been announced with a Majin Buu colorway announced for the adidas Kamanda. Maybe that last one is a Vegeta colorway… or maybe even a Ginyu Force colorway with all of them inspiring a piece of the sneaker.

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