Adidas may be releasing a Dragon Ball Z line

Stephanie Panecasio 28 December 2017 NEWS

DBZ ADIDAS from tweet

The hype around this potential collab is over 9000!

If you're a Dragon Ball Z fan, any scrap of news is as valuable as one of the dragon balls itself. So when Yeezy Mafia announced on Twitter that there would be a sneaker collaboration between Dragon Ball Z and Adidas, the hype was real.

While it's all just speculation at the moment, the idea of the partnership has definitely set hearts afire all over the internet. The anime is beloved by so many and has such a huge fanbase, so judging by the reaction it's clear that the 90s resurgence is definitely not over.

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If the collaboration does go ahead, we're predicting seven different designs given that there are seven Dragon Balls. Our guess is that we'll see lots of bright colours – green for Piccolo, purple or turquoise for Bulma, and naturally a bright golden yellow for when you feel like going Super Saiyan.

If you're not familiar with the anime yet, you've still got time to check it out before the collection drops – or is even officially announced! As there isn't any confirmation from either brand yet, we're in the dark as to release dates or details.

But never fear – we'll keep you updated as soon as there's any more information. We're guessing we won't see anything until late 2018, but Adidas (if you're listening), please feel free to drop it sooner!

In the meantime, check out some great Adidas shoes and clothing pieces from websites like THE ICONIC, Hype DC, Surfstitch, City Beach and more! You may even be lucky enough to nab a discount at the moment thanks to extended Boxing Day sales, so get shopping!

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