Apparently people were super excited about these Air Jordan 11 sneakers. You can see why. These awesome shoes sport a moon landing theme. They were supposedly created by Spanish shoe company sivasdescalzo and were set to debut on December 28.
We’ve seen a couple of outrageous heels with Star Wars-themed details. These BB-8 heels by Instructables employee Mike Warren aka mikeasaurus are stylish but not over the top. In fact, they’re under a pair of tops, because you can spin the droid-shaped heels.
Born in 1980, Nicholas Kirkwood grew up right as video games, sci-fi and computers became mainstream. So for his 10th anniversary as a shoe designer he decided to pay homage to geek culture and the icons of our generation.
You have to hand it to the folks at LEGO. They know what the people want. The little people want actual LEGO sets. Well, so do the big people, but the adults also want protection from stepping on the painful bricks when walking around barefoot.
Star Wars fever is in full frenzy with the new flick coming this holiday season, and with that, there is a plethora of new Star Wars merch to choose from. One of the most interesting and unexpected that I have seen so far are these Skywalker Lightsaber Lace Up Heels
The limited edition shoes are brown and beige with what appears to be a snakeskin foil pattern on them.
Do you feel a disturbance in the Force? A tingling in your feet as if millions of fangirls had suddenly cried out in joy? It’s probably because of these Darth Vader and Stormtrooper heels. The Force is strong in them.
Of all the Batman films that have been made over the years, the one some remember most is the 1989 Tim Burton directed flick with Michael Keaton as Batman. I’m more a Dark Knight man myself, but I do remember that Batmobile with the giant wings on the back from the 1989 flick.
Earlier this year, Dr. Martens released its first batch of Adventure Time boots, featuring heroes Finn and Jake. The latest boot in the collection is based on the mischievous Marceline. Your dad’s not the only one that’s going to notice you in these babies.
We really haven’t had any major upgrade to shoe tech in a long time. There have been some ergonomic improvements, but mostly our shoes are how they have always been. They look the same, feel the same and we wear them in the same way.
We may still have months of hot weather to go here in Texas, but in some parts of the country folks are already gearing up for cooler weather. That means you need to get some shoes lined up to wear around the house to keep your tootsies from getting too cold.
If you are looking for a new pair of shoes, why not go old school – as in old school video games. How about something that looks stylish and also celebrates Nintendo’s first amazing console? Something like these NES controller shoes.
Dress your current-gen console in alternate colorways with Clockwork Signage’s shoebox-themed skins. They have Nike, Jordan, Adidas and New Balance skins for both the PS4 and Xbox One.
It’s not clear in the photos but the Jordan and Nike skins are available for both consoles.
My wife and I have this ongoing feud over shoes. She has a plethora of footwear and tends to leave them right where I want to walk. Each time I trip on a pair, I threaten to make a bonfire out of them.
Japanese company No New Folk are working on Orphe, a pair of shoes for performers. Each shoe has 100 individually controlled LEDs, an ARM Cortex microprocessor, a Bluetooth chip and a motion sensor that can be used to control another device with the wearer’s movements.
Yeezy Boost? Pfff. I’d rather have these mathemagical boots! These Doc Martens leather shoes are for doctors, princesses, Doctor Princesses and all Adventure Time fans.
Morph into a browser and order the shoes from Solestruck. The white and yellow ones cost $150 (USD) while the black ones go for $130.