Got your ticket to watch “Black Panther,” the latest superhero in the Marvel cinematic universe? If you are waiting to watch it and can't stop talking about it, Clarks Originals has another surprise for you so you can keep celebrating the Black awesomeness. Ahead of its official release on February 16, Clarks has released an all-new sneaker in celebration of the comic-book adaption by Marvel, which has already set a record for the highest advance tickets sold in the Marvel universe (even better than Avengers and Captain America: Civil War).

And this latest Trigenic Evo Shoe inspired by the king of Wakanda is fly! And we are Ready To Rock it in style.

Maybe even wear it to screening? Why not!

What's this shoe made of?

The limited edition Marvel x Clarks Originals sneaker boasts a lightweight design that is very similar —at least in the way it looks—to the nearly-indestructible vibranium suit the King of Wakanda dons in the film and fights the bad guys with his kickass crew.

The all-black shoe, which comes in both men’s and women’s sizes, features a full-grain leather lending it a premium look, primed and ready for action throughout the day.

And it’s not all style either. The outsole is made of three-part decoupled sole that aids in natural movement. The upper is designed with elastic fastenings akin to the foot tendons thus offering superior support.

The heel sports a rubberized “Black Panther badge with silver stitching detail adding some elegant class to it and this is sure to make heads turn.

What’s more, the shoe will be delivered to you in a black matte collector’s box with the “Black Panther” logo illustrated on silver foil on the lid.

Can you punch the ground and send all the adversaries flying through the air? Maybe not. But you sure as hell can flaunt your badass side and rock the hell out of this iconic style that celebrates probably one of the most anticipated films in Marvel history.

Changing the cultural narrative

For decades, superheroes like Batman and Superman have helped shape the comics subculture. Now a new hero has entered that has sparked a new discourse about diversity and inclusion, by becoming an archetype of honor. And while Black Panther is not the only superhero that’s ushering in a new cultural narrative — Netflix’s "Luke Cage", the CW’s "Black Lightning" — we are ready to ride this wave of change. “What’s not to love about an all-black universe where black people are not only royalty but superheroes?" the Philadelphia-based critic Shantrelle P. Lewis was quoted saying. We cannot agree more.

Long live the king.