Why just wear shoes when you can load them up with your favorite tunes? That’s not the only geeky pair you’ll find in the list. Continue reading to view them all.
There’s a good reason why these shoes are called “Bright Walk”, built-in Piezo-electric sensors convert the impact from running or walking into static energy which than power electro luminescent polymers to produce light.
“Besides its aesthetic contribution to the fashion scene (for including functional lighting), it addresses the added value of Safety for the runners.”
These geeky keyboard shoes were unveiled at the “14th China International Clothing and Accessories Fair” in Beijing.
“The computer keyboard shoes displayed above have just won the top prize in the sports category at the 6th Hong Kong Footwear Design Contest.”
Dada introduces a new line of footwear called “Code M” which feature a wireless music system. Each shoe will include an integrated MP3 player (in the heel and tounge) that delivers music to a wireless headset. You can store up to 100 songs and easily transfer files via USB port – located on its side. Fully charged, you’ll get six hours of continuous play
High-Tech North Face Endurus XCR Boa Shoes
Gizmodo demonstrates The North Face’s Endurus XCR Boa trail running shoes, which sports a “lacing system that lets you tie your shoes by turning a special knob, dialing in an even and reproducible tightness that can’t come loose.”
…relatively light at about 16 ounces each, and they’re made of waterproof Gore-Tex which is breathable but keeps those feet dry