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Make mouths water with these chocolate inspired Kinder KICKS sneakers

By Connie Sceaphierde, grape Japan

Inspired by a nostalgic favorite from the 1990s, these new sneakers from STuREET’s new The Fooooo D series offer quite the Kinder Surprise.

A Pioneer of Japanese custom sneakers, STuREET is no stranger to releasing unique conversation-starting designs. Founded by designer RITA in 2006, the brand specializes in creating "affordable yet beautiful sneakers that can be worn on the red carpet."

The Kinder KICKS are the second in a series that blends the worlds of food and fashion, the first being the cute AIR SWEETS STRAWBERRY DONUTS which became quite a topic on social media.


Designed by STuREET’s representative designer RITA, the collection is perfect for the true foodie, and will certainly get heads turning and mouths watering.

Acting as the base is Nike’s AF1 07 LV8 1 (Air Force 1 Elevate) in University Red, which finds itself brightly contrasting against the ‘drizzling’ white design inspired by the classic packaging of a Kinder Surprise Chocolate.


The sneakers can be purchased online via the official STuREET online store.

Price: 29,800 yen

Size: 23.0cm – 30.0cm

Delivery time: From 30 to 180 days

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I wonder if they'll be illegal in the know some kid might just choke on it.

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I thought they’d be made of chocolate?

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I see the model is about to remove his chocolate inspired snickers and "rest up" at a local hotel in Shibuya.

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