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These 'Game Of Thrones Collaborations' That Just Launched Are Setting The World On Fire

These 'Game Of Thrones Collaborations' That Just Launched Are Setting The World On Fire

All good things come to an end. And you can bet there will be blood.

With the premiere of the eighth and final season of HBO's Game of Thrones over a week away, a wave of officially-licensed collaborations are hitting stores to tantalize fans with memorabilia and remind them of one of the most epic fantasy dramas to ever hit the small screen.

Some of the limited edition items include spirits and perishable, so get ready to eat and drink like House Lannister.

For an added boost, Amazon is teaming up with HBO to offer a free seven-day-trial subscription to the premium cable channel in case there are stragglers to the Throne ahead of premiering the final season.

More GoT viewers discovering the show means more demand for merch, and dealers are ready to offer their wares.


Need new kicks reminiscent of the colors from the show? Addidas has you (and your feet) covered with their new line of Westeros-inspired designs.

The best-selling Ultraboost sneakers line gets a makeover "with prints, colors, and textures that represent some of the most popular houses, heroes, and villains from Game of Thrones," according to Rolling Stone and will feature six different styles.

Each unisex pair will nab you $180, that is, if you can get your hands on them.

John Varvatos

You won't need to wait until ComicCon to flaunt your cosplay skills.

John Varvatos is getting into the game with an eleven-piece collection featuring rugged designs incorporating details like hand-dyed fabrics, and rough textures.

The lower priced item from the collection is a $98 graphic tee, while a distressed leather jacket inspired by the landscape of Winterfell will zap you of $2,698.

You're willing to part with that amount, right?

Johnny Walker

It looks like Johnny Walker is in lockstep with the White Walkers.

Winter is coming, and the limited-edition Scotch whiskey is bringing it with a 750 ml bottle inspired by the frosty mists of the Far North.

The Johnnie Walker White Walker Blended Scotch Whisky "features notes of vanilla, red fruits, and orchard fruits, making for a nuanced and well-blended drinking experience."

The 41.7% ABV pays homage to the seven kingdoms and their one true throne. These are marketing geniuses.

Urban Decay

The makeup brand is planning to officially launch their collaboration later this week, but their website did indicate the collection is "inspired by our favorite places in Westeros and the strong women of the Seven Kingdoms. From the shores of Dragonstone to the frozen lands beyond the Wall, this collection will let you create looks inspired by House Stark, House Targaryen, House Lannister, and the White Walkers."


You can have your GoT and eat it too!

Oreos will now feature four embossed designs signifying the Great Houses duking it out for the Iron Throne. Look for the GoT-inspired sandwich cookies when they hit shelves on April 8.

Which House are you gonna eat first?

Mountain Dew

Do the Dew and slay it.

The popular pop company channels Arya Stark and her training with the Faceless Men of Braavos for their limited edition cans.

The coolest gimmick lies in the temperature's effect on the can. When warm, "A Can Has No Name" is a blank white canvas. But when cooled, the can reveals Arya's kill list "and a glance at her remaining targets for the final season."

A Can Has No


With all the imbibing of wine on the show, it's time the series launched their own line that includes a Chardonnay, a Pinot Noir, and a red wine blend.

The Chardonnay comes from California's Central Coast with notes of "stone fruit and white blossoms."

The Pinot Noir comes from Oregon and features rich fruit flavors balanced with "subtle earthiness, and lingering hints of vanilla, spice, and toasted oak."

The red wine blend combines Syrah, Tempranillo, and Petite Sirah, and is produced in Paso Robles.

They are available through the online wine distributor as a three-pack for $57.50 and a six-pack for $115.


So which collaboration are you most likely to hit first?