12 Coolest Geeky Shoes Ever


Geeks want everything they use to be different from what the Crowd uses. They use unusual watches, Shirts, Sunglasses and Shoes are no different. These shoes we have included below are the coolest we have ever seen and are I am sure Geeks will love to own them. While some of them are just concepts for now, some have been in production for quite some time. These Cool Shoes look like just any typical shoe in shape, but functionally they do more than just protect your feet from dust and Pebbles.

Genius MX Boot

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The Genius MX Boot is made from injection molded pieces of Hytrel and polyurethane – Materials characterized by their durability and impact resistance. Genius MX Boot protects the lower leg and foot from impacts and provides Excellent Fatigue Resistance. The polyurethane thermoplastic used in the production of this shoes gives it resistance to deformation even after being flexed thousands of times. SCOTT Pivot System-Combining Strength allows the boot to flex while retaining its solid construction. Some bootie and strap adjustments are required before twisting the throttle and this shoe can fit any individual perfectly. (More info)

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Adidas Smart Shoes

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These shoes called the Adidas 1 use a 20-megahertz microprocessor implanted in the sole which collects readings from the shoe’s movements and adjusts the fit of the shoe accordingly. You don’t have to think about how fit the shoes might be, just wear them and they will adjust the fit themselves. The shoe knows when you are walking, jogging, running and standing still and adjusts the Shoes in a way that makes the feet most comfortable. (More info)

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Adidas Bounce:S

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Porsche Design P’5510 Running Shoes is developed and designed exclusively for the Porsche Design Sport range. It is developed by Adidas and uses the Bounce:S cushioning system. The Bounce:S uses metallic springs to increase the energy return in your bounce impact providing you a more efficient walk. Unlike a sports car suspension system, the lever arms transfer the vertical impact of your stride into forward propulsion through the expansion of these coils. (More info)

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Nike + iPod Sport Kit

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Love to run? Love to listen to your iPod while running? If your answer is Yes to both the questions, this gadget is made for you. This Nike and iPod Combo is a Good workout companion for iPod-using runners. Buying the Special Nike Sport Shoes might not be necessasy but then you will have to fit the Pedometer in your shoes and make room for it yourself.  The Sport Kit comes with a tiny adapter that attaches to the iPod and a tiny medallion of a pedometer that fits inside the shoe. The pedometer which fits in the shoes tracks your steps and communicates wirelessly  with the adapter on the iPod. The iPod then records and displays statistics such as distance traveled, pace, calories burned, and time elapsed. [More Info]

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Dada MP3 shoes

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Dada Mp3 Player Shoes feature a wireless music system. It has a MP3 player in the Heel and Tounge of the shoes that boradcast the Music wirelessly to the bundled wireless headset. The Shoe has memory enough for about 100 Mp3 songs. Data can be easily transferred to the Shoe via USB port on the side of the Shoe. The shoe is powered by a rechargeable battery. Dada ‘M’ MP3 Shoes gives six hours of continuous play when fully charged.(More info)

Digg Nike Air Force 1 Custom Shoes

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Digg, the Popular Social Media site commissioned Solo Brother to create a small batch of Air Force 1s Shoes for them.  The custom Air Force 1s features  Digg color scheme, and a cool glow-in-the-dark “Digg” pattern.  Only 6 Pairs of these type of shoes were produced, while 5 of them went to the Digg Staff one was kept by the designer for himself. (More info)

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Nike Transformers Shoes

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Transfomers 2 is on its way to be released and you can show people how much you love the Transformers Robots by buying this Nike Transformers Shoes. These transformers toys turn into 1/2 scale Nike shoes. The size is around 6″ in length in shoe mode and it looks like they even have real laces connected to the top of the shoe. (More info)

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Headlight Shoes

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We have seen a lot of Shoes having lights at the heals and they go on when you put pressure on your heals. But, this is the first Shoe design I have seen that has a light right on the tip. The shoe is designed in such a way that it converts kinetic energy generated while walking into electrical energy. A tiny battery lying in the heels charges up with each step and keeps the headlights on for a about 12 hours, dispersing light at 1.5 meters.(More info)

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CD-Rom Shoes

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This cool concept shoe features an integrated CD-ROM, tweeters, a volume control knob and some speakers. The idea of putting a CD-ROM drive instead of Hard Drive or Flash memory is a bit outdated. I am so curios how it might tinckle the feet when the CD in ROM Drive is spinning. (More info)

GTX GPS Xplorer Smart Shoes

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Want to keep track of anyone. Hand them these shoes and see where they are going. The GTX GPS shoes have a small GPS tracking device inside the shoe which communicates the location to a central location tracking service. A feature called GeoFencing sends an SMS to your mobile phone when the Wearer of the Shoes leaves a particular predefined area and notifies you of the current situation. (More info)

Keyboard Shoes

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Overwhelmed with Computers? If you reply with yes, these pair of shoes are just for you. This Shoe is made from Keys of Computer Keyboards and is pretty eye catchy. It had won top prize in the sports category at the 6th Hong Kong Footwear Design Contest in 2006.(More info)

Nike + NES Shoes

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These shoes have components of an NES stuck into it. If you still play NES games, give these a try kick start playing games on the move (No Pun intended). (Source)

31 Comments

  1. Rare Jordans

    March 30, 2009 at 6:03 am

    Interesting and informative content.

    I just wanted to share some piece of information for those looking out to buy exercise shoes. It’s very important to shop for the right shoes without being carried away by the mirrors, lights, great displays and other such luring factors where you often tend to forget the comfort of the shoe.

    Make sure you wear thick socks or those that you often wear for exercising so that you get the right size shoe. Another interesting point to notice is that our feet tend to swell a bit in the evening so buying shoes during evening is the ideal time as this will help you buy the shoe for the maximum foot size. Most important of all is don’t go by the pricing of the shoes while buying them. A high price does not always mean top quality. The price tends to be higher since the shoes are endorsed by reputed personalities. Buy your shoes based on the frequency of usage. If you are in a regular exercise routine, then you can consider extending your budget.

  2. Subash

    March 30, 2009 at 11:10 am

    Shoes of the techno ppl I guess. :)
    Manufacturers produce taking in mind the mindset of the general customers.

  3. John Davis

    March 30, 2009 at 1:19 pm

    Wow, truly amazing. Shoes have indeed come a long ways!

    RT

  4. Dani

    March 30, 2009 at 8:28 am

    "Geeks want everything they use to be different from what the Crowd uses."
    That's not even wrong.

  5. sexy

    March 30, 2009 at 10:56 am

    very cool geeky features in the shoes. I liked it .

  6. Jezper

    March 30, 2009 at 6:45 pm

    Let's not forget the Reventon Show Concept which is looking awesome:
    http://www.instablogsimages.com/images/2009/03/16

  7. Fox

    March 30, 2009 at 6:43 pm

    I'm so freakin' impressed. wow.

  8. ren3of3

    March 30, 2009 at 7:20 pm

    The CD-Rom shoes were a concept created by Leisure Design for Sync Magazine.
    The appeared on page27 of the 2005 Jun/July edition (volume 7) of Sync.
    The magazine no longer exists.

  9. TITI

    March 31, 2009 at 1:01 am

    The Digg shoe! "Inspired by a bisexual alcoholic for Socilaists and Marxists everywhere!"

  10. TM

    March 31, 2009 at 8:54 am

    No adidas adicolor Tron shoes?

  11. vineet

    November 6, 2009 at 10:02 am

    coolest shoes i have ever seen…!

  12. Roman

    November 25, 2009 at 4:10 am

    WOW i never knew there was addidas with a cd slot or shoes with computer keyboards! TECNO SHOES!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. sammer

    December 20, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    Forever Nike," Just do it ! "

  14. buyshoe

    January 30, 2010 at 11:16 am

    As long as you like shoes, you must not miss the first to get it. Take a look inside your pocket money, it is worth you to buy it. Shoes, household appliances or computers with the same, has introduced a new style, do we want first to have it? Yes, I will.

  15. Gertha Honeymoons

    February 8, 2010 at 4:01 am

    their is a problem in the first place

  16. Nikia

    February 24, 2010 at 11:38 am

    Well, first of all, I would actually want some of these sneakers. xD

  17. elliot

    February 27, 2010 at 1:30 am

    mmmm, i have a friend who eats her shoes :) honestly, i don't know what to do, is it bad for her? help :/

    • Lauren Eames

      April 14, 2011 at 12:17 am

      if they are over the age of 6 send them to a mentle health center. If under take the shoes away from them.

  18. superman

    April 1, 2010 at 2:16 am

    wher can i get some of these shoes.if its already on the site i only look at pictures cuz i dont like words

  19. xNARAx

    April 1, 2010 at 10:31 pm

    Oh my Holy…..TRANSFORMERS SHOES?! whts next? som transforming Seats? dude……i need one fo those shoes!

  20. Wide Slippers

    June 26, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    Most of these are for… running? I may be wrong, but last time I checked, running and exercise were not considered especially ‘geeky’ past times. The NES shoes are cool, though.

  21. Wide Slippers

    July 12, 2010 at 5:49 pm

    Seems to me that they should only count if you can buy them and wear them.

  22. Chelsea Burkley

    November 1, 2010 at 12:45 am

    bulky weblog you chalk up

  23. someone

    November 2, 2010 at 4:29 am

    Who would have ever thought these types of shoes would ever be possible to create. I mean, where do they come up with this kind of stuff from plain leather shoes? The abilities we have now are just unbelievable!!!

  24. nunu

    March 6, 2011 at 9:58 am

    dang i like ill be a geekk loll

  25. Lauren Eames

    April 14, 2011 at 12:10 am

    These shoes aint geeky. They rule. Well i guess Keyboard Shoes
    are like seriously wierd. ”Oooooh. Let me just tipe something into my shoe.”.
    But 1 question…what would happen if it began to rain and you where whereing these shoes. Wouldent you get an electric shock? You could die!!!

    • Lauren Eames

      April 14, 2011 at 12:14 am

      p.s. The speech is my inpreshon of my Antie Daph learning how to use her laptop. And her shoes.

    • Uzair

      April 14, 2011 at 12:18 am

      The electricity used should be DC and the voltage very low. No chance of a person dying.

  26. anthon

    September 22, 2011 at 9:55 am

    wow so nice shoes is not bad to the foot but is so nice

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