Ground Up and Warner Bros. Launch DC-Inspired Footwear

Collection featuring DC superheroes has launched at Journeys Kidz.

License Global

October 10, 2022

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Batman shoes by Ground Up.
Batman shoes by Ground Up.Ground Up

Footwear company, Ground Up International, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Comics, has announced a new children’s collection featuring two shoes themed after DC superheroes. Available now at Journeys Kidz, the Batman and Justice League sneakers come in toddler and youth sizing. 

The Batman low-top sneakers feature a rubber applique of Batman along with the Bat emblem on both panels of the shoe, an embossed print of Gotham City and an oversized bumper with a Bat emblem cutout, with a yellow back tab. 

The DC high-top sneaker series features Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman and Green Arrow. It carries a retro style featuring an all-over print of the Justice League, with graphics on canvas material and a woven tab featuring the DC logo. An oversized bumper includes rubber appliques that represent each DC superhero on the outside of the shoe along with a replicated pattern lining the inside.  

The collection is available at Journeys Kidz. 

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