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Starting on October 9th, there will be Vans, Vans and more Vans for Disney fans.

The collection dubbed “Young At Heart” will include designs based on Alice In Wonderland, The Jungle Book and 101 Dalmatians in both classic and hi-top styles.

Take a closer look at the designs after the break…

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These new Full Metal Alchemist pumps from Japanese anime fashion label Super Groupies are inspired by Edward Elric and Roy Mustang in their signature red and blue. I find myself hoping we’ll get a steel colored pair for Alphonse Elric sometimes in the future.

See more pictures after the break.

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han solo boots

As you can see, we’re not talking about Han Solo’s equestrian-style boots for cosplay. These clever and cute boots are actually dressed like Han Solo.

The process is actually pretty simple, and you only need some basic materials to get the job done.

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irregular choice

I hadn’t heard of Irregular Choice before Star Wars Celebration, but once I saw their shoes on display, they were hard to forget! On that note, they just showed off a sneak peek of their upcoming Star Wars line and I can’t wait to see more.

We don’t know exactly when they’ll be available for order, but their Instagram post says they’ll be landing soon.

Is it soon yet?


Japanese sneaker brand ANIPPON has designed some very cool sneakers based on Sega’s Dreamcast, Saturn, and Mega Drive consoles. They even went the extra mile and made the boxes feel like a retro game system is inside.

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Earlier this year, Nike’s innovation chief, Tinker Hatfield confirmed that Nike Air Mags with power laces would happen in 2015. Could this be our first look at the final product?

In a tweet yesterday, Max Erdenberger, a former art director at advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy, posted a photo of the BTTF sneaker with the statement “October 21, 2015.” Although there’s no official word from Nike (yet!) Wieden+Kennedy is the agency that made Nike famous, so that’s encouraging.

It’s also been quite a while since we heard anything about the shoes, but it seems as though the project is still on track for a Back To The Future Day release.

Check out the tweet after the break. This guy look serious about the (retro) future of footwear.

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These crazy wedges tell ye an old tale of pirates, sea monsters, and extreme fashion. Inspired by rockabilly, pinup, and horror, Etsy shop Zombie Peepshow fabricates this shipwreck-themed shoe with a holographic finish, giant anchor, tentacles, assorted crystals, steel spikes, and large mounted ships.

They can’t be easy to walk in, so best leave your landlubber legs at home. And if these shoes weren’t already awesome enough, you have to option to add bright LED lights inside the ships.

Check out more images of these outrageous wedges after the break.

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With Fin and Jake boots having already made their appearance, these new Adventure Time Marceline Dr. Martens boots are bloody fantastic. Each boot captures a different expression of Marceline’s vampy face and would look killer with a dress or some leggings.

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Can you picture Picard wearing these Star Trek TNG Uniform Boot Slippers? Let’s find out what that would look like…

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In Japan, people used to carry items wrapped in elegant cloth that came in various colors and decorative patterns called “furoshiki.”

Inspired by that tradition, designer Masaya Hashimoto partnered with Italian footwear company Vibram to release Furoshiki Shoes. Much like the traditional cloths wrap around items, the shoes are designed to wrap around your feet and secure with a velcro patch. Vibram is calling it the first ever “wrapping sole.”

The wrap shoes come in a variety of colors and look like they would be comfortable. Kinda like those minimalist/barefoot shoes with a stylish twist. Check out more images and a video after the break.

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