Himiko Toga Casual – My Hero Academia Anime Footwear
Throughout the years, the shoe became prominent in pop culture and up until 2005 Smith received a flat fee each year from Adidas before his agent negotiated royalties on each sneaker sold. By 2011, the silhouette gained favor in the fashion world when Phoebe Philo, the former creative director at Celine, wore the sneakers on the runway. In an attempt to reposition the sneaker, which was still mostly sold at athletic stores, Adidas stopped production on the shoe in 2012 and 2013 and rereleased it to the market in 2014. Now, the shoe comes in several iterations and it has become one of the brand?s best-selling sneakers.