Sometimes you just don’t want to carry a purse, but you still need to carry a few essentials. These shoes by Double Agent have a secret compartment in the heel hidden behind a spring-operated door. There’s just enough room for your keys, lipstick, and whatever odds and ends you need with you for the day.

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These meteorite shoes aren’t made out of actual meteorites, but 3D scans of meteorites. Made with soft leather inners and CNC milled aluminum foam, creators Studio Swine used a Surface Pro 3 to create these shoes for Microsoft. The reason? We’re not sure yet. Stay tuned.

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Designer Raf Simons created two space suit-inspired footwear designs which have been included in Adidas’ 2015 line of products. Each offers a combination of shiny and matte-finish silver fabrics for a distressed look, as well as high-contrast stitching, bright gold threads, machined metal valves and faux straps to provide the impression that they are supposed to be worn in orbit.

See Also: “Back To The Future” Nike Sneakers With Power Laces Are Definitely Coming This Year

The styles are slated for release in stores and on the Adidas website this summer.

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These fantastic sneakers are the work of Bobsmade who creates all kinds of amazing, custom-painted shoes.

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This time, it’s a pair of high-top sneakers inspired by the upcoming release of Majora’s Mask 3D. The detail is fantastic and the colors make the whole design pop.

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Heredia Clothing is selling these officially licensed Dragonball Z sneakers in Mexico for about 400 pesos ($27) a pair. They’re available as Goku, Vegeta or Trunks, and if you are heading to Expo TNT in Guadalajara at the end of the month you can get them autographed. Mexican voice actors Mario Castañeda (Goku) and Rene Garcia (Vegeta) will be on hand to sign your shoes.

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These Doctor Who (or “Doctor Shoe” as it were) sneakers feature an allover print of the TARDIS that make them perfect for taking on all your adventures. They’re available in a range of sizes for both men and women. The top part of the sneaker actually zips off and you can swap it out for other styles, but why would you ever give up the TARDIS?

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The ShoeFury goodness just keeps coming. This time around, we’re going Alice In Wonderland-themed with this Cheshies design by Emilie B.

Done in purple and black, you get a smiling Cheshire Cat on the outside and the swoop of that tail on the inside of your foot.

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Science may have dropped the ball when it comes to flying cars, but those fancy Nike sneakers with the power laces are going to be a real thing that you can buy.

Last February Nike’s innovation chief, Tinker Hatfield, promised that power laces would happen in 2015—the same year that they appeared in the film. Speaking at a recent trade show, he confirmed that the Nike Air Mags complete with power laces will, in fact, drop this year.

Naturally, he was mum on exact release dates and pricing.

Nike first started teasing the shoe back in 2011 with promotional videos of the sneakers followed by a filing for power lace patent. They also auctioned 1,500 pairs of Mags (without power laces) as a fundraiser for the Michael J. Fox foundation which works on finding a cure for Parkinson’s Disease.

So, now we have to wait as much as 11.5 months to get our hands on a pair of Air Mags, unless someone has a heavily modified DeLorean we could borrow.

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More good stuff out of ShoeFury. This design by Orlando Aracena is titled “Alien Rage”. You may have seen it in this Alien 35th Anniversary poster round up. It definitely looks cool in this new iteration.

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When you feel a need to embrace your villainous side, you can put on a pair of evil slippers. Yes, there really are shoes for every occasion. This glittery footwear design from Chiara Ferragni is inspired by The Sleeping Beauty villain and is made from patent leather and suede. Each shoe features one of Maleficent’s purple lidded eyes, and it makes it look like she is side-eyeing everyone around her – as it should be.

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