Sir Elton John has been honored with his own namesake sneakers.
Nike designers created the shiny silver Air Force 1 Jet shoes to mark the "Rocket Man" hitmaker's long-standing relationship with the sportswear giant.
Here's a sneak peek at what the Rocket Man's new kicks look like.
Built and produced at Nike’s headquarters in Oregon, the sneakers were presented to John last weekend.
Nike first worked with the singer in the mid-1970s, creating a series of one-of-a-kind stage shoes for the rock star.
But John isn't the first celebrity to have a signature shoe line.
1. Rob Dyrdek
The professional skateboarder joined DC Shoes as one of the company's first skaters way back in 1995. Dyrdek and DC Shoes have released countless sneakers since the two joined forces.
The "Needed Me" singer partnered with Puma in 2014 as creative director. Since then, the Puma x Fenty line of sandals and sneakers have made a variety of must-have shoe wear lists.
3. Ivan LendlThe former tennis player had a full line of gear from adidas before he was ranked world No. 1, from shirts and shoes to racquets. The Lendl Comp from 1984 remains an adidas favorite.
4. Kobe BryantThe basketball player-turned-business man partnered with Adidas in 1992. He signed with Nike, but his legal issues kept him from him his own signature line.