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Knit Gamer Chucks: 8 Bits for Your 10 Toes

by Paul Strauss
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Gamers looking to increase their street cred should feel comfortable wearing their favorite gaming icons with pride. But if you’re not ready to wear something too over-the-top, then check out these sweet Converse Chuck Taylors, covered with hand-knit gamer designs.

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They’re made by Katie of PrettySneaky, and they’re available in a variety of cool pixelated styles. Current designs include Super MarioMinecraft creeper, Final Fantasy and the previously featured Mega Man patterns – all of which look great.

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Though I might not want to wear creepers on my feet, for fear that they might attack me and explode or something.

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Each pair is custom made, and can be ordered in any size. They sell for $130(USD) a pair, and you need them on your feet – now. Be sure to check out more of Katie’s cool and geeky designs over at her Etsy shop.

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