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Super Heroic Launches Its First Social Impact Campaign In Collaboration With NASA

Nov 19, 2019

Children’s label Super Heroic, with quite a few impactful releases behind it, is now set to launch their first social impact campaign in collaboration with none other than NASA. With space exploration at its central thematics, the upcoming release is geared to inform about STEAM career opportunities while providing offering a colorful assortment of both apparel and sneakers. The footwear silhouettes themselves are largely geared for comfort with chunky, cushioned soles topped with lifestyle accents by way of paint splatters and the like. Apparel, however, is by and large more simple with various floral and neutral pigments taking on cobranded logo lock-ups. Alongside, the two will be giving four lucky child heroes the opportunity to take part in a space camp with all-expenses-paid. The collection is now available and you can enter to win the giveaway at Super Heroic.

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