With pandemic-related limitations still in full-swing across most of the world, we’re relatively specific that most people are watching a great deal more TV than usual. While catching up on different shows we’d neglected throughout the years we began to ponder the different different television as well as film associated sneaker partnerships from throughout the years as well as came up with the concept to showcase a few of the biggest ever!

Lo as well as behold, we set out on a quest to round-up the most iconic on-screen-inspired sneakers of all time as well as collate them into an easy-to-read list. Whether you’re a die-hard star Wars fan or prefer lighthearted comedy, there’s bound to be something in this listing you’ll enjoy, so checked out on for more!

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1. complete stranger things x Nike

2019 saw Nike team up with the Netflix-produced show complete stranger things for the very first time ever to introduce a whole footwear as well as clothing collection influenced by Hawkins High – the fictional high institution where the show takes place. The Blazer, Cortez as well as the Tailwind 79 were all treated to the complete stranger things look for an definitely mid-1980s feel that aligns completely with the time period of the cult series. Whether you’re a fan or not, there’s no rejecting that this is a seriously clean capsule!

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2. star Wars x adidas

Now it would be foolish to even believe that we would compose this listing without the inclusion of the adidas’ long standing collaborative efforts with the star Wars franchise. The duo have joined forces (if you’ll pardon the pun…) more times than we can count on one hand as well as whether it’s a Han Solo-inspired ZX, a storm Trooper NMD or even a infant Yoda Superstar they extremely seldom miss! The force is strong within the three Stripes!

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3. Freddy Krueger x Nike

One of the most recent sneaker releases in this listing is the Freddy Krueger Nike Air Max 95’s. While they may not be an official collaboration, it’s instantaneously apparent where the Swoosh brand drew style motivation from. The striped uppers bear immediate resemblance to the sweatshirt used by the A headache on Elm street villain, in addition to blood-dripping details for a more sinister touch. This AM95 complies with on from the Nike SB dunk low from back in 2007, that was quickly pulled before release because of copyright infringement (it’s now one of the most costly Dunks on the resell market).

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4. area Jam x Jordan

If you’re a Jordan fan it’s likely you’ve already seen area Jam, the lighthearted movie in which the Chicago Bulls star himself teams up with Bugs Bunny as well as a number of other Warner Bros. characters in order to save the world. MJ himself used this colorway of the AJ11 in the final match of the film, resulting in sneakerheads quickly dubbing them the “Space Jam 11s”. To this day the area Jam stays one of the most prominent AJ11s of all time, surpassing even the OG release.

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5. Alien x Reebok

The Alien Stomper by Reebok is one of only a number of sneakers to be designed particularly for utilize in a movie. The futuristic as well as laceless style very first appeared on the huge screen during the Alien franchise as well as subsequently influenced a whole new generation of footwear fanatics. The Stomper never saw a general release up until 2016, when it introduced as an ultra-limited double pack titled “The final Scene”, containing the “Power Stomper” as well as the “Queen Stomper”. The pack was an immediate sellout as well as will expense you a quite cent on the present resell market if you’re looking to cop!

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6. good friends x Nike

The good friends x Nike Kyrie 5 from back in 2019 is likely one that slipped under the radar from many of us. Kyrie Irving isn’t afraid to admit his like for the cult American sitcom, he even has the logo tattooed boldly across his arm! The sneaker partnership keeps things advanced as well as tasteful, opting for a black as well as white colorway with hits of red, yellow as well as blue much like the show’s logo, which makes an appearance on the lateral fly.

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7. game of Thrones x adidas

Now if you haven’t seen HBO’s iconic game of Thrones, you’ve got a hell of a great deal of catching as much as do as there’s eight series’ to get through! Either method we’re quite sure you’ll enjoy these collaborative adidas Ultra Boosts, each sneaker references a different character or home from the franchise (the Night’s Watch, home Targaryen, Targaryen Dragons, home Stark as well as home Lannister) with all pairs showcasing special-edition got branding at both the tongues as well as heel tabs.

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8. Ferris Bueller x Nike

Back in 2008 (way before the newfound Nike SB dunk hype) Nike SB debuted a dunk High based on the attire used by none other than Ferris Bueller in the 1986 cult-classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”. In typical Swoosh fashion this wasn’t an official collaboration, nevertheless it was extremely well-received by fans as well as stays one of the more prominent high-top SB Dunks. The clean brown/white/beige colorway is accentuated with cheetah-print for a head-turning look that might quickly be mistaken for a contemporary Travis Scott-style collaboration!

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9. Spongebob Squarepants x Nike

For the penultimate addition to our listing Kyrie Irving returns when again, this time around around for a cheerful partnership with everyone’s favourite underwater Sponge – Mr. Squarepants himself! five different renditions of the Kyrie 5 comprise a whole pack with the different variations devoted to Spongebob, Patrick Star, Squidward, Mr. Krabs as well as Sandy Cheeks. shout out to Kyrie for when once again showing his like for cult TV series’!

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10. Back to the Future x Nike

Last however by no means at all least, it would be an absolute criminal offense if we didn’t mention the Nike MAG. Famously used by Marty McFly (played by Michael J. Fox) in Back to the Future II, the sneakers showcased self-lacing technology, a function which at the time was deemed ultra-futuristic. While original movie versions are virtually unobtainable, MAGs have been released three times. very first in 2011 via eBay auctions, once again in 2015 via a paid charity raffle as well as when once again in 2016 with a paid charity raffle. All proceeds went to the Michael J. Fox Parkinson’s Foundation, with the sneakers staying the ultimate grail for sneakerheads across the globe.