Diesel and Street Fighter V get together for a limited edition sneaker collection.
This collaboration celebrates Street Fighter 30th anniversary and merges the spirit of the game with elements of Diesel DNA.
Street Fighter, the legendary video game created in 1987 by Capcom, came back last year with its latest edition, Street Fighter V.
Drawing inspiration from five key characters, each shoe bears distinct details on the heel counter and outsole that are uniquely to their respective characters.
The first female fighter of the video game is on a sneaker that brings her name, a blue and yellow pair. Her original attack is Spinning Birdkick.
One of the main warrior of the videogame, his sneaker is the black one with yellow and military green details, his unique attack Sonic Boom.
The hulking black British punk rocker warrior gives his name to the 5th shoe of the edition, on the sole Horn Bull.
The protagonist of the series inspired the white sneaker with black and red details. On the sole, his unmistakable attack: Denjin Hadoken.
The principal antagonist of Street Fighter is on the red sneaker with white and black details, on the sole Psycho Power.
Diesel produced 5,000 pairs for this limited edition sneaker collection daring to the next level, from the digital fighter to the urban warrior.
The collection is available on the Diesel e-commerce and selected stores in August.
In the Philippines, Diesel is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc., and is located at Bonifacio High Street Central, Greenbelt 3 and Power Plant Mall.
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