Reveal | Adidas x Star Wars ‘Boba Fett’ Top Ten Hi Sneaker

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Adidas have announced a follow up to their C-3PO and Darth Vader sneak with the reveal of their Boba Fett ‘Top Ten Hi’ sneaker,  the the Top Ten Hi actually debuting in 1979, just one year before The Empire Strikes Back. The sneaker takes major cues from the characters design matching its colour palette, areas of damage and a small pouch on the outside of each shoe.

The sneaker will go up for order on September 24th at 11pm and appears to be available solely here in the UK () for £84.95. Check out the full release gallery below alongside a bit more background on the sneaker design :


A redesign of the Top Ten Hi silhouette to honour the mysterious bounty hunter with few words and many fans. A special colourway with the same hues that made Boba Fett stand out from his imperial mates. ​​Debuted in 1979, just one year before the release of “The Empire Strikes Back”, the Top Ten Hi was first designed for high performance on the basketball courts. It is one of the most celebrated adidas streetwear silhouettes today and its minimal design makes it a perfect representation of Boba Fett. It even has holes that allow the skin to breathe just like his armour. The print on the sockliner shows him standing at Lando Calrissian’s base next to Darth Vader’s troopers. On the inside flap of the attached pocket, you’ll read his iconic line: “You can run, but you’ll only die tired.”​​Whether you’re part of his fan club or an admirer of the Top Ten Hi heritage, this piece celebrating the 40th Star Wars anniversary of Episode V is worth adding to your collection. A poster and Star Wars lace jewels are included in the special packaging of this shoe.


  • Regular fit
  • Lace closure
  • Leather upper
  • Textile lining
  • Star Wars™ shoes
  • Rubber outsole
  • © and ™ Lucasfilm Ltd. All Rights Reserved
  • Product colour: Trace Green / Trace Green / Scarlet
  • Product code: FZ3465

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Last modified: August 25, 2020

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