Alright, yes, I know. I referenced a meme. I’m the worst person alive, and I should be taken out back and shot, repeatedly, until there is nothing left of my body but a red-pink mulch wrapped in a Firefly tee-shirt.
But – but! – these Nintento Vans are awesome. And, not to undersell some of the spectacular custom Vans we’ve featured in the past, but these babies are officially licensed.
Hot on the heels (arf) of their Disney and Star Wars themed lines, these classic Nintendo sneakers are expected to hit stores in June. I’ve never owned a pair of Vans in my life – I’m really more of a Converse kind of guy, if only for the Doctor Who connection – but I can’t miss these phenomenal designs.
Check out photos of each revealed design below.
Hey, listen: Maybe Etsy seller CoffeeCosplay made this Samurai armor inspired by Link from The Legend of Zelda, and sure, maybe it looks amazing.
And sure, maybe it’s available in three sizes or can be custom-sized in two weeks. Maybe that’s phenomenal. But do we really need to share it with the world? I mean, really really? Yes. Yes we do. We have a duty, after all.
Honest to God, if I don’t see a bunch of Samurai Link cosplayers ta San Diego Comic-Con later this year, I’m going to be so very, very cross.
Check out more photos below.
So, how spectacularly over-the-top is this Legend Of Zelda cosplay? Well, there are flames, an epic forest setting, a remixed Zelda theme song and a horse. So, yeah, this shoot elevated the Link cosplay game to a whole new level.
Watch the video below.
Now this is a fanny pack I would actually wear.
While characters in video games are able to carry a massive inventory without any sort of visible bag (my poor Warlock is carrying more WoW crafting mats than you’d ever believe), we need bags to hold our stuff out here in the real world.
That said, no one said we had to use boring bags. This Legend Of Zelda green satchel and matching brown belt are perfect for your everyday adventures.
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