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You're going to want all of these retro Nintendo Vans trainers

You know that noise that went off when you nabbed a '1UP' mushroom in Super Mario? That uplifting twinkling of hope? You're going to want it on repeat throughout the following glorious gallery.

Skate staple Vans has partnered with Nintendo to create a capsule of kicks drawing on a range of classic NES titles. From Super Mario to Zelda, the pixelated worlds look quite at home on the canvas trainers.

German shoe store 43Einhalb claims the release will arrive this June. We've picked a few of our favourites below, and will bring word on prices and the full release as soon as it's announced.

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