Fans of the comic book character can now walk like a warrior.

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December 23, 2020

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Biion Footwear and Warner Bros. have announced that they have teamed up to create a one-of-a-kind performance and leisure shoe inspired by Wonder Woman’s iconic costume.  

The shoe, which is the official footwear of “Wonder Woman 1984,” will be made in the same style that Biion is known for: EVA footwear with a rubber sole that allows for comfort and performance. The Wonder Woman special edition will feature a ruby red body with the classic golden “W” emblem and star-spangled pattern across the toebox, white midsole and a yellow outsole. 

“Fiction though it may be, the story of Wonder Woman is an inspiration that fundamentally lives in all of us,” says Rick Buchanan, founder, Biion. “When the opportunity to partner with Warner Bros. to release an exclusive shoe featuring this legendary hero arose, we knew immediately our customers would love the chance to walk like a warrior.”

A pre-sale launch has begun, just in time for Warner Bros.’ global release of the new Wonder Woman movie, “Wonder Woman 1984.” The launch includes both unisex adults and kids sizes available for pre-order at www.biionfootwear.com.

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