The upcoming Trolls movie by Dreamworks is set to be a hit, as this new footwear collab shows

DreamWorks Trolls x AKID Capsule Collection

As a child who grew up in the 80s and early 90s, I am thrilled to see the how DreamWorks team has evolved the beloved Trolls characters.

Some new collaborations are beginning to surface as the upcoming Trolls movie release date gets closer, set to be in cinema theaters November 4, 2016. We spotted a heavy presence at the recent Licensing Expo in Las Vegas with Trolls being one of the key properties to watch. On a personal note, I recently cleaned out my childhood closet and found well over 50 trolls in storage with a “NEVER GET RID OF” label on them (thanks Mom!)




Now, DreamWorks Trolls x the AKID kidswear brand present Good Luck Trolls, a limited-edition capsule collection. Fitting into the present obsession with adult inspired kidswear, this new line is perfectly fitting for cool kids everywhere.

I am sure many fans would love to get their hands on these items including the trend-led furry slides (which channel the new Puma x Rihanna version), sophisticated graphic tees and the metallic gold pony hair trimmed hiking boots. Please make these in adult sizes too!

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Get ready for Saturday July 23rd, when this limited edition capsule collection arrives in-store at Nordstrom or shop online now at AKIDbrand.com for the coolest back-to-school gear around. Check out this new collection including Troll inspired sandals, sneakers, t-shirts and hoodies for children ranging from infants to big kids.

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