Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is one of the most popular anime ever. Now it has a collection of sneakers that are only sold in Japan, and for boys and girls.
Produced by the Japanese company Syunsoku, they come in four designs:
Kamamon Charcoajiro: inspired by the protagonist, Tanjiro Kamado, a young fighter and demon slayer who has an incomplete breathing style control, called Breath of the God of Fire.
These sneakers are black with blue, brown with black laces and white antesoles, with dark soles.
Kamado Mameko: they belong to the female character Nezuko Kamado, Tanjiro’s best sister, a survivor of the Muzan Kibutsuji attack. She has a sweet and kind character that is erased when she goes to fight.
The shoes are predominantly pink in different shades, with a fluorescent green element in the lace area. It also has a velcro closure at the top.
Gakutsuma Zenitsu: These sneakers feature elements attributed to Zenitsu Agatsuma, a demon slayer with a cowardly personality but who struggles to keep up with his peers.
The shoe model is black with orange details, while the soles are fluorescent.
Inosuke Suhira: follows the character design of Inosuke Hashibira, a demon slayer and traveling companion of Tanjiro, Nezuko, and Zenitsu, who possesses an animal-like personality, including a boar’s head.
They are blue sneakers with elements of the forest, in addition to the ankle area and the upper part of the tongue with fur similar to that of an animal. The soles are flesh-colored, with blue antesoles.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, his story
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba was created by Koyoharu Gotoge as an anime in 2016, with its first publication taking place on February 15 of that year.
In 23 volumes, it developed an action, adventure and fantasy story, starring Tanjiro Kamado, Nezuko Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma and Inosuke Hashibira.
The Kimetsu no Yaiba anime arrived in Latin America in April 2019, with 26 episodes and two sequels, one with seven episodes and the other with eleven. There were also two movies, which were Kimetsu no Hyaiba: Kyodai no Kizuna and Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Reesha-hen.