The sneakers are available for pre-order now, with the physical collection in stores available from Sep 6.
The Skechers and One Piece Collection is making a comeback this September, with brand new colourways and an expanded footwear series.
The collection will feature exclusive designs of five key characters from the hit manga and anime series, including: Franky, Roronoa Zoro, Vinsmoke Sanji, Tony Tony Chopper and Monkey D Luffy.
It is the second collaboration between Skechers and One Piece. The brands first collaborated in March 2019.
The new designs will appear on three street-style sneakers models: the Monster series, Stamina V2 series and D’Lites 4.0 series.
The sneakers will also, for the first time, include two kids’ footwear inspired by the colours of fan favourites Tony Tony Chopper and Monkey D Luffy.
Fans of the anime can pre-order their shoes on the Skechers website, with the collection available in selected physical stores such as Bugis Junction, Jewel Changi Airport, Compass One, Northpoint City, Plaza Singapura, Wisma Atria, Suntec City and Tampines 1 from Sep 6.
A free limited edition Skechers x One Piece collectible mask pouch and lanyard set will be given with a minimum $80 spent on the collection online or in-stores. This gift with purchase is limited to one per customer and while stocks last.
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