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Custom Fallout Vault Dweller Sneakers Have a Pip-Boy in Each Tongue

by Conner Flynn
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You need an accessory if you are going to wear your Pip-Boy 3000 and I can’t think of anything better than these sneakers. Whether you are traveling to New Vegas or just one of the many vaults, they should get you across the American wastelands safely and still have some nice tread on them. These are a one-of-a-kind custom job by shoe-artists Jacob Patterson and Emmanuelabor. They are more than just sneakers, they each have a jailbroken iPod Touch in place of the tongues, with a Pip-Boy theme of course, that feature sounds, themes, apps, music, and other Fallout goodies.

On the sides there’s a soldier in Power Armor from Fallout 3 and a Ranger from New Vegas.

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These sneakers are way too awesome to wear, but I would wear them anyway just to see the look on peoples faces.

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[Custom Sneaker Forum via Albotas]

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