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    Cool 3D Printed Shoes

    Michele Badia has created some very attractive 3D printable shoes.

    I would definitely wear these out! They can be purchased already printed for only $49, or the design can be downloaded for free.
    See and read more at: http://3dprint.com/5749/3d-printed-shoes/

    What do you think?

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    I don't do "attractive" where shoes are concerned, I do "comfortable" and they don't look as though they fit that category.

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    Quite timely editorial, I have also been designing and printed some Flexy Flip Flops :








    These are printed in Red, White and Blue Filaflex from Recreus with red filament as laces too. Available to download soon.

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    Wow, the shoes in the OP don't look the least bit attractive, no offense, but they're quite atrocious. Gyrobot, those actually look really decent however, very seamless. You do some fine work, I've seen some of your other models on Thingiverse as well.

    edit: I realize my statement sounds mean... so I apologize if I've hurt anyone's feelings, in case the designer's reading this. The model / print itself is great, I just wouldn't ever be caught dead wearing those.
    Last edited by atoff; 06-15-2014 at 08:58 PM.

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    Either of these shoes would probably look a lot better in more neutral tones... But this is summer, and summer shoes aren't really ment to be stylish anyway.

    I gotta say, I like the style of Gyrobot's laced sandals more than Badia's velcro crocks... Both look marginally comfortable, the Badia shoes look like they might have potential for arch support without support material use. (or at least they can support some Dr.Scholls inserts if needed)

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    Badia is at it again with his 3D printed high heels.


    See more at: http://3dprint.com/11696/3d-printed-shoes-gun-heels/

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