Maybe this is the future of shoe wear. Who knows...

1. Shoes That Mould Your Feet

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2. Wooden Stilt-ettos

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3. Wire Frame High Heels

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4. Bondage Shoes

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5. Boxing Glove Shoes

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6. Cardboard Shoes

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7. Pikachu Platforms

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8. Donated Feet Shoe

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9. Crocodile Converse

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10. LEGO Shoe

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11. Cork Sandal

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12. Open High Heels

No toed - but with heel

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13. Meccano Shoe

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14. Claw Shoes

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15. Spikey Heels

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Date: 5 Sep 2009 | Author: mesmerX | Category: Pictures | Views: 11741

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Comments: 6

myth
is it sad want some of those? like the last one or the wood stillettos? wassat

Marc
< What the finders found >Toe shoesYou're not imiagning things. These shoes exist! Perhaps the strangest-looking footwear we have ever seen, the are really like gloves for your feet complete with slots for each of your toes protected by a rubber sole.The concept may sound strange at first at least until you come to understand why so many people love them : Because it's like running barefoot, minus the worry about cutting your feet on random stuff in your path.Of their very unique footwear, the Vibram company says: It allows you to land on your forefoot, directly below your center of gravity, resulting in optimum balance, increased stability, less impact and greater propulsion. Running in FiveFingersa0delivers sensory feedback that improves agility and equilibrium and allows immediate form correction. In addition it stimulates and strengthens muscles in the feet and lower legs.From what we have gleaned, if you do try these shoes, start slowly and give yourself a couple weeks to get used to them and expect some pretty sore legs at first, when you start to work out some muscles you didn't even know you had.Barefooting itWe discovered that barefoot running (and, subsequently, the Vibram shoe) was greatly popularized by the book , by Christopher McDougall.McDougall isn't the only one touting the benefits of going barefoot (or nearly so) sites like and exist to address (and promote) the concept and health benefits of living shoe-free as much as possible.

Jordynn
whoa to the first one... whoa...

Chrisii
O.O First pic. I'm now scarred for life.

Guest
lol

Guest
why would people want to be standing on there toes when it comes to walking.

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