Custom YZ_Boost 350 Webslinger Shoes
Not available in stores.
"Once Sold out, check back again in December 2019!"
No one has a spring in their step as much as Spider-Man has, but with the Webslinger Shoes, you can pretty much have the same cool factor as the ever-personable Peter Parker.
While these shoes won't really make you walk up walls and jump from building to building, they will fit and feel far, far better than most other shoes you have ever tried. This is because of the combination of all-natural breathable materials such as cotton wool, Alpaca, Hemp, Flax, and silk, combined with premium synthetic materials like nylon, polyester, rayon, spandex liquid resins, and Thermoplastic-fused yarn for strength.
Best of all, these shoes allow you to have footwear with a design not found anywhere else. Unlike other similarly-printed footwear, however, the print of the Webslinger Shoes will not do a fast fade-out only after a short while, thanks to the innovative method used in making the print. Using a process pioneered no less than by Silicon Valley, the Webslinger Shoes comes with a design made via Digital Light Synthesis, which imprints the design using a combination of light, oxygen, and programmable liquid resin. Even Mr. Stark would be impressed
- Cotton Wool, Alpaca, Hemp, Flax, Silk, Water
- Nylon, Polyester, Rayon, Spandex, Liquid Resins, Thermoplastic fused Yarn
Fitted with Digital Light Synthesis Soles
This product is made of high-quality lithe and lightweight materials made by cutting-edge tech that combines composite fibers and fused yarns. More than 90% of this product is recyclable. The entire upper shoe was knitted completely with fused yarns, and were bound to a 3D-printed sole produced by a method called Digital Light Synthesis (DLS). DLS is a lossless sole-printing method pioneered by Silicon Valley’s Carbon which uses a combination of light, oxygen and programmable liquid resin that creates soft, resilient soles that add significantly to comfort and style.
Please check size properly. Size changes/error are non-exchangeable