Put away the shoe shiner, these kicks prefer to be fed.
Zaha Hadid has designed a limited edition shoe with gravity-defying, architectural lines.
Next time you wear out your Puma gear, you'll be able to just recycle it all.
We're tired of hearing vague promises about how our shoes will one day be able to power our gadgets, but this particular vague promise got our attention for two reasons: one, it involves liquid metal, and two, the amount of power that it can harvest from walking is ridiculously huge.
Developed to help doctors analyze how a stroke patient is using their feet, these shoes have a slew of sensors that measure where the patient is putting pressure as they walk. This data then helps them to develop therapies to assist the patient as they relearn how to walk.
Looking for some really weird and impractical shoes? Hey, check these out! They look like battleships for some reason!
It used to be that the only thing to do with an old pair of shoes was to tie the laces together and chuck them up over a telephone line. Now, a better answer has come along: just bury them in your backyard, and they'll magically grow into something beautiful.
Little kids like running around barefoot, but as we get older, the risk of injury forces us to wear shoes most of the time. These foot stickers let you keep that barefoot feeling, while providing a little added grip in the critical areas.
I hate doing housework as much as most people, so anything that makes doing chores easier is good in my book. But these shoes that have tiny built-in floor sweepers, might be taking things a bit too far.
If you don't like taking off your shoes in the airport security line, you can blame triacetone triperoxide (or TATP), the hard-to-detect explosive used in the likes of shoe bombs. Well, you'll still have to take off your footwear to get scanned, but TATP just got a lot easier to spot thanks to researchers at the University of Illinois.