Adidas' Dragon Ball Z collection has been rumored for months now, but the Three Stripes recently announced official release details for the seven sneakers that'll be hitting retailers over the next few months. 

It all starts on September 29 with the release of the Adidas ZX 500 RM "Goku" and the Adidas Yung 1 "Frieza" - both of which will come in special edition shoe boxes. The Goku version will retail for $170, while the "Frieza" Yung 1 is reportedly priced at $150.

Take a closer look at both special edition sneakers in the IG post embedded below.

Gohan (Adidas Deerupt) and Cell (Adidas Prophere) sneakers will drop in October, followed by Vegeta (Adidas Ultra Tech) and Majin Buu (Adidas Kamanda) kicks in November. The Adidas x DBZ collection will conclude in December with a Shenron-inspired Adidas EQT Support Mid ADV Primeknit.

Each specially designed shoe box features an image of the character who inspires the design as well as the adidas Originals logo in place of the star in Dragon Ball Z‘s orange circle motif. Additionally, rumors suggest that each pair of kicks will come with an exclusive figurine.

Exact release dates remain under wraps but here's a rundown of when Adidas plans to drop the Dragon Ball Z collection.

Adidas ZX 500 RM (Goku, September)

Adidas Yung 1 (Frieza, September)

Adidas Deerupt (Son Gohan, October)

Adidas Prophere (Cell, October)

Adidas Ultra Tech (Vegeta, November)

Adidas Kamanda (Majin Buu, November)

Adidas EQT Support Mid ADV Primeknit (Shenron, December)