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Adidas Goku Svg, Adidas Svg, Dragon Ball Svg, Goku Svg, Son Goku Svg
Unleash the power of iconic anime style with our "Adidas Goku" SVG. This dynamic design seamlessly merges the legendary character Goku from Dragon Ball with the renowned Adidas logo, creating a bold and energetic fusion of two beloved symbols.
In this SVG file, Goku takes center stage, striking a powerful pose on the backdrop of the iconic Adidas logo. The design captures the essence of both Dragon Ball's adventurous spirit and Adidas' athletic dynamism, making it a perfect choice for fans of anime and sporty fashion alike.
Upon purchase, you'll receive a convenient zip file containing various file formats, including SVG, PNG, EPS, and DXF. These versatile formats empower you to incorporate the design into a wide range of creative projects, from custom clothing and accessories to posters and beyond.
Elevate your wardrobe and showcase your love for anime and sportswear with our "Adidas Goku" SVG. This design is an excellent choice for those who appreciate the fusion of pop culture and athletic aesthetics, making it a standout addition to your personalized creations.
Download the files now and embark on a crafting adventure to infuse your style with the power of Goku and the iconic Adidas brand. Whether you're a Dragon Ball enthusiast or a fashion-forward individual, this design is sure to add a bold statement to your creations. Secure your download today and let your creativity soar!
You will receive:
1 SVG file – for Cricut, Silhouette
Edition, Adobe Suite, Inkscape and more
(SILHOUETTE STUDIO USERS WILL NEED TO HAVE DESIGNER EDITION OR BUSINESS
CUT SVGs. THE BASIC EDITION WILL NOT ACCEPT SVG FILES).
1 DXF file – AutoCAD DXF is a CAD data
developed by Autodesk for enabling
data interoperability between AutoCAD and other programs.
1 EPS file – EPS is a vector file format
often required for professional and high-quality image printing. PostScript
printers and image setters typically use EPS to produce vast, detailed
images — such as billboard advertising, large posters, and
attention-grabbing marketing collateral