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$900 3D-Printed Shoes Sold by US Design Studio

Written on August 23, 2012 by Lulu

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Design studio Continuum Fashion, makes use of 3D printers loaded with a special nylon material to create their line of customized, luxury shoes

People are getting more creative nowadays when it comes to fashion. They are willing to experiment, making use of technology to come up with unique ideas.

US design studio, Continuum Fashion, has come up with a line of customized luxury shoes that are made with a 3D-printed material. The company owns several 3D printers that are equipped with special nylon, that enables them to create stilettos, pumps, flats and more.

Their customers can have their shoes customized by choosing  different designs, finishes, and shoe sizes. Each shoe pair features a patent leather inner sole and synthetic rubber bottom for traction.

This luxury line of 3D-printed shoes retails for a hefty amount of $900.

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