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Colourway Corral: ‘Kill Bill’ Keeps Getting Its Revenge


If its affectionately dubbed colourway name didn’t already give it away, the ‘Kill Bill’ makeup is one of the sneaker industry’s most pop culturally fuelled colourways in history. It all began in 1978 – when the late Bruce Lee would grace screens with a version of the Onitsuka Tiger Tai Chi in yellow and black in Game of Death. Decades later, in 2003, Uma Thurman would pay homage to Bruce Lee in Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill, solidifying the shoe’s underlying importance at the intersection of film and footwear. Over the years, the ‘Kill Bill’ or ‘Game of Death’ has surfaced across varying brands as both a lifestyle and performance sneaker. Let’s take a look at some of the best here.

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