South Park fans will be well versed with the likes of Towelie.
The loveable talking towel who always gets high has been in and out of the hilarious animated series since Season 8.
If you've stanned the character since his debut then you will love what Adidas has been cooking up for this year's 4/20 festivities.
April 20 has become the unofficial day for everyone to get absolutely blazed and the history behind that deserves its own article. (You can get the whole history behind it here)
The iconic shoe brand has teamed up with South Park to unveil official Towelie shoes that have a bunch of features.
The Campus 80 shoes have been splashed with the iconic towel's 'Chalk Purple' colour and are a little more fury than the original pairs to ensure you really get the towel feel.
They also have two big Towelie eyes on the tongue that will make sure anyone questioning whether the shoes are related to South Park will be quickly reassured.
While they look perfectly white under normal conditions, they turn classic 'high as a kite' bloodshot when you shine them under UV lighting, according to HypeBeast. They've literally thought of everything for this launch.
But the most brilliant addition to these limited edition kicks is the hidden compartment in the tongue where you can stash your weed.
Obviously you could store anything you want in there, but chucking some green in the little pocket would be a perfect homage to Towelie and 4/20 culture.
If weed is illegal in your area then it's probably not the best idea to be wearing Towelie shoes as that would be one hell of a red flag for any police officer walking past you.
There are little catchphrases hidden on the inside of the shoes, including 'Don't forget to bring a towel' on the left side and and 'I have no idea what's going on'. If you've watched South Park then you'll know these are the character's most iconic lines.
To make things even better, Adidas are planning on releasing these bad boys on April 20 to celebrate 4/20.
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