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These Lannister Game of Thrones Adidas Ultra Boosts Might Be the Best Yet

Hear 'em roar.
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Game of Thrones is ending next year, which would be sad except for all of the fire collaborations and commemorative merchandise that's coming out of it. Namely, the highly hyped and completely unconfirmed GoT Adidas Ultra Boosts. (Adidas has yet to confirm or deny their existence.) Just this week, sneaker collector and Instagrammer @solebyjc released a photo of a potential new sneaker from the pack: the Lannister

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The colorway is a bold one: a bright red upper interwoven with gold, and three gold stripes. The tag on the back—Hear Me Roar—pays homage to the Lannister house. According to sneaker rumor, these are set to release with the final season in 2019.

If you remember, this is one of a few leaked colors we've gotten to see. There's also any icy white Queen Daenerys

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And a fiery House of Targaryen:

We'll stay waiting on any official word from Adidas.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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