Adidas wants “Toy Story” fans to know that “You’ve Got a Friend in Me.” The company just announced a new product line linked with the classic series of Disney/Pixar films.
Starting on Oct. 15, fans can go to Adidas.com to find the “Toy Story” Friendship collection, which will include sneakers and clothing inspired by the series’ popular characters. The new collection comes as the original “Toy Story” movie gets ready to celebrate its 25th anniversary on Nov. 22, 2020. What a perfect commemoration!
“Now more than ever, this collaboration represents the importance of bringing people together on the court, in the classroom, on the playground, and in the world,” the brand wrote in a statement to “Good Morning America.”
Every item is connected with a “Toy Story” character or memorable moment from the movies. This collection of shirts and sneakers is designed for children (sorry, grownups!) and has options as low as $22. The line launches on Oct. 15 at 3 a.m. EDT. Some shoes are available in children’s and youth sizing (for a slightly higher price point).
You’ve Got A Friend In Me Toy Story Tee; $22
Sporting the name of the original movie’s theme song, the “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” T-shirt is 100% cotton and costs $22.
Jessie X Luxo Basketball Toy Story Tee
D.O.N. Issue #2 Shoes X Woody
These shoes let your b-ball player celebrate the power of friendship with Donovan Mitchell. These D.O.N Issue #2 Shoes X Woody sneakers are decked out Woody-style, including a denim upper and a sheriff’s badge on the tongue. They’re $75.
Deep Threat Shoes – Pizza Planet
Those loveable little green aliens from the game at Pizza Planet have taken over this sneaker. You can find them on the interior of the shoe, which sports a Pizza Planet strap and has glow-in-the-dark features. These basketball Deep Threat shoes are $55.
Dame 7 Shoes – Buzz Lightyear
Inspired by everyone’s favorite Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear — and part of Damian Lillard‘s Adidas collaboration — these sneakers design has white, green and orange designs on the upper portion of the shoe. Plus, as a bonus, “Andy” is written on the sole, just like Buzz has in the movie. The kids’ Dame 7 shoes are $80.
You can look at the entire “Toy Story” Adidas collection, as well as get sizing and ordering date information, by visiting the official website.