Puma has decided to make gaming shoes that are “sock-like,” “comfortable,” “lightweight,” and “grippy.” According to Puma, the shoes are the perfect gaming tool for arena and home use. OK!
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Following on from the Nike x PlayStation PG2's that dropped earlier this year — and are now not cheap — there are two more pairs of Paul George’s signature shoe coming, this time in grey and white.
In the classic Simpsons episode "You Only Move Twice", after hurling his moccasins out the front door, Hank Scorpio asks Homer if he's ever seen a guy say goodbye to a shoe. The throwaway joke has sparked countless discussions online about why it's actually funny, but there's no debating that Scorpio would have never tossed his shoes in the first place if he were wearing these new Simpsons-themed ones from Ubiq.
When Pixar collaborated with Vans a couple of years ago for a line of Toy Story-themed skate shoes, the results weren't exactly subtle. So we're thankful that the studio's latest partnership with Converse has resulted in some more subdued ways to show off your obsession with Buzz, Woody, and the rest of the toys.
There's an obsession with "immersion" in virtual reality. Everyone wants to find the next way to make VR experiences feel more real. So far, the best ways to do it have been room tracking sensors that let you walk around a designated area or wireless hand controllers that let you grab things in the virtual world. Now, a new startup is betting big on plastic shoes that give you a sensation that you're actually walking around in the virtual world.
Just as there must be balance in life, so too must there be balance in sneaker concept posts on Kotaku, a website that is occasionally about video games. We have had Adidas designs recently, so now we must share these very nice Jordans.
Created by Bobsmade.com, it is just one in a long line of equally great-looking custom-made shoes -- you can check out the others on the website.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson Jr is my favourite football player. OK, he's the only football player I can name, and that's only because people call him Megatron. Now I love him even more, because he's the inspiration behind a $US550 box set of three pairs of sneakers and a limited-edition Transformer.