Majora’s Mask Shoes Unfortunately Do Not Include the Evil Moon
April 29th, 2012
Majora’s Mask was one of my favorite Zelda games from back in the day – not quite topping The Ocarina of Time, but still a solid storyline with some excellent gameplay. While I had plenty of fun running around in this game, the moon that would get closer and closer to the town as night went on would always give me terrible nightmares. So, these shoes are more of my style. Remember the good things about the game, and forget the parts that made me cry in a corner. *Looks through the telescope at the freaky moon thing*
These Majora’s Mask Shoes are custom-painted canvas kicks, and are great for any and all geeks who are fans of the Legend of Zelda. In addition to the Majora Mask, which makes the unforgettable shaking bead sounds, the Triforce Symbol and fairies are also shown on the shoe. Observant geeks will appreciate the extra detail, and you will gain some rep on your block. “Come again?” I said ‘rep on your block.’ “I’m having a hard time understanding your lingo.”
These shoes are a result of the hard work of timber123, an Etsy user who obviously spent a ton of time creating the Majora’s Mask Shoes. You can pick them up on his product page for $110 (USD), and I think they’d at least be worth a closer look. If you’re digging the custom painted sneaker deal, then you’ll want to check out the Custom Painted Sonic Sneakers and the Custom Fallout Sneakers. “What’s with all of this fancy jargon you’re using?” I just discovered Urban Dictionary, and I am using it to the fullest! YOLO!
[via Fashionably Geek]
Jack Kieffer owns Cool Gizmo Toys, a site that loves all things geeky