With fans eagerly awaiting the highly-anticipated superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984 on Christmas Day, fans can also get the chance to ‘walk like a Warrior’ as well.
Biion Footwear is teaming up with Warner Bros. to create an exclusive shoe for the upcoming sequel, described as a “one-of-a-kind performance and leisure shoe inspired by Wonder Woman’s iconic costume.”
The shoe was named the ‘Official Footwear of Wonder Woman 1984,’ with fans now able to pre-order at BiionFootwear.com, ahead of the movie’s 25 December release.
The shoe is described as, “elevated EVA footwear with a rubber sole,” which offers both, “comfort and performance.”
The shoes are designed with, “antimicrobial composites, breathable holes, and a shock-absorbing innersole with innovative massage nodes for optimal comfort.”
The shoes are also ‘100 per cent washable’ and ‘dry in seconds,’ with the rubber outsole featuring EXTRA-Grip Technology for extra traction.
The Wonder Woman special edition shoe features a “ruby red body with the classic golden “W” emblem and star-spangled pattern across the toebox, white midsole, and a yellow outsole,” according to Biion.
“Fiction though it may be, the story of Wonder Woman is an inspiration that fundamentally lives in all of us,” said Rick Buchanan, founder of Biion.
“When the opportunity to partner with Warner Bros. to release an exclusive shoe featuring this legendary hero arose, we knew immediately our customers would love the chance to walk like a warrior,” Buchanan added.
The adult shoe, dubbed the Wonder Woman Icon Lux, is available in both men’s and women’s sizes, priced at $110.
The kid’s version featuring a brighter red body will be available for $60 on the Biion website.
Wonder Woman 1984 made headlines earlier this month when it was announced to be released both in theatres and on the HBO Max streaming service simultaneously.
The sequel brings back Gal Gadot as Diana Prince, a.k.a. Wonder Woman, alongside Chris Pine as Steve Trevor.
The action takes place in the year 1984, where Wonder Woman squares off against two new enemies, Maxwell Lord (Pedro Pascal) and The Cheetah (Kristen Wiig).
Patty Jenkins returns to direct after being at the helm for the first Wonder Woman, which earned $822.3 million worldwide from a $149 million budget.