Shoes

You loved Po-Zu’s Rey boots and Poe Dameron sneakers, and now you can add the Chewie boot to your wish list. [click to continue…]

Po-Zu has revealed their newest Star Wars shoe design and I’m thinking these are going to be very, very popular. This is a follow-up to the Rey boots that everyone loved and they’re made with the same sustainability in mind.

This vegan high-top lace-up sneaker will be available from August for women’s, men’s and children; made in organic cotton with the symbol of the Rebel Alliance rubberized badge. Key features include a quilted rear hexagonal panel, removable memory-foam Foot-Mattress™ (allows orthotics placement) in latex and cork, a high-performance grip natural rubber sole, and a highly visible woven ‘Star Wars™|Po-Zu’ woven label on a padded tongue.

Po-Zu says pre-orders will start in the Spring, so you have time to start saving.

Actually, these custom kicks from Freaker Sneaks are customized Air Jordan 4s based on the Super Famicom design. By most accounts it was better looking than the North American NES console, but I would love to see a splash of purple on the plastic bits to break up all of that grey. On the plus side the buttons on the heel look great and are actually pressable. [click to continue…]

A company called Gallery316 is selling a wide array of custom sneakers with themes ranging from Sailor Moon to Star Trek, and they are currently running a flash sale on the designs in very limited quantities (which also includes totes and hoodies), pricing them at $59.99.

They are available in both men’s and ladies sizes, but keep in mind that delivery time is 10-20 days and all sales are final as they are printed on demand. Check out a few more designs below. [click to continue…]

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Design student Paxton Porter came up with these Legend of Zelda-themed shoe designs as part of the application process for an internship with Adidas. Needless to say, Adidas should jump at the chance to bring this guy and his idea on board. [click to continue…]

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Po-Zu has released an official image of their upcoming Star Wars Rey boots and I need a pair, like, yesterday. Po-Zu’s commitment to ethical and sustainable manufacturing also means you’re doing good things for this galaxy as you dress for a galaxy far, far away.

They’re estimated for arrival in August of 2017. No word on a price yet, but similar boots are prices at or around £120 (approx. $148 USD). Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]

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Back in 2015, Adidas unveiled a concept for a 3D-printed shoe that’s made from recycled ocean garbage. If you were wondering when you might be able to get your hands on a pair of these shoes, you’re in luck: Adidas will release the UltraBOOST Uncaged Parley for sale in the next couple of weeks with an initial run of 7,000 pairs and a price tag of $220. [click to continue…]

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One of the reasons I adore Irregular Choice is they’re never worried about going too far or being too fantastical. I simply adore them.

Their newest collection features the Princess most known for her shoes—Cinderella. These new styles have everything from flashing lights, to light up bows, to a dancing Cinderella inside a clear heel.

They also have big bows, embroidery, sparkles, ribbons and other beautiful embellishments. I personally love LOVE the Drusilla and Griselda shoes. The flats with Cinderella and her Wicked Stepmother have Lucifer and Gus on the heels (so great), and the heels…oh, so delightful. Take a look at the collection below. [click to continue…]

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What if restless leg syndrome is really caused by demonic possession? Protect yourself with these Supernatural-approved slipper boots. Can you afford not to? [click to continue…]

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The popularity of Pokémon Go really kicked the Pokémon merchandising into high gear. Case in point: this Pikachu shoe collection from Japan. Take a closer look at the lineup below. [click to continue…]