Sep 17 2009

A Groovy Gallery of Custom Video Game Shoes

Published by at 9:00 am under Video Games

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I’ve owned the same pair of New Balance cross trainers for about two years now, so I’m definitely not the type of person who obsesses over shoes.  I’m also not one who’s really into fashion, so as long as my shoes get me from point A to point B comfortably and without falling apart, I’m all good.  Some people, though, are nuts about fashion, particularly when it comes to shoes – women and rappers come to mind, but there are a lot of gamers sporting some very cool-looking kicks, too.  Despite my lack of interest in footwear, I couldn’t help but admire some of the video game-themed shoes I found out there on the Interwebs.  Hopefully, you’ll appreciate them, too.  After the jump,enjoy a groovy gallery of custom video game shoes.

The PlayStation Nike Air Trainer (limited to only 24 pairs)

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A Final Fantasy Moogle

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Super Mario Shoes by Rachelle Williams of ParadoxArtistry

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Metal Gear Solid Shoes by Jacob Patterson

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XBox Shoes ($2,500)

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Monkey Island Shoes

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Ninja Gaiden Shoes

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Nintendo All-Stars

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Pac-man Shoes

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Tetris Shoes

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Madden Shoes by Reebok

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Gears of War

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Pac-man Shoes by Ben Sherman

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