Meet the Mandem Safe.
Somewhat strangely, these futuristic-looking kicks arrive eight years after BMW's concept design debuted.
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Converse takes some notes from its parent company Nike's designs, with breathable and bouncy materials making up the new All Star Moderns.
Taking shoe-making back to Germany, but will be using robots.
Weeping is allowed.
Clearly Reebok doesn't want to be outdone by Nike's shameless cash-in of Back to the Future II
The sportswear brand invited us along to stress test its fancy new Architech trainers.
Training shouldn't be this enjoyable.
Admit it, you'd wear Heelys if they did adult sizes – this one's for you.
Step right up, weary squeak-addled parents.
A fascinating sprint through the long-running debate about what it really means to have small pockets of gas inserted into the soles of shoes. Lace up and let's go!
Nike promised they would come 2015, and, to mark so-called "Back to the Future Day", the company delivered.
Unlike most of the tat produced by 3D printing, the shoes look great.
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