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29 Ridiculous Shoes

These shoes aren't off the rack... but their designers might be off theirs!

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    These sandals made of rearing doves have been stuffed and the wearer has to slide their toes between the bird's legs. Beautiful but a little weird?

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    It's nice to take off your shoes in the summer and walk barefoot on grass. Now you can do this all year round with these flip-flops from KUSA

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Introducing the Apex Predator shoes. Designers Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young have given the classic lace-up a gruesome makeover, replacing the rubber soles with 1,050 teeth. Don't worry though, they are plastic replicas, not real human teeth!.

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    Designers, twin brothers Remigijus Praspaliauskas and Egidijus Praspaliauskas, have launched an unusual new range of fashion shoes - made of bread, using rolls and baguettes as their base.

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    This shoe sails -- right down the Thames River during the Henley royal Regatta in Henley-On-Thames, England.

    Photo: Phil Cole / 2008 Getty Images

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    These shoes are fit for lounging

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    Designer Iris Schieferstein creates high heel horse hooves, stilettos from snake skins and sandals sculpted from doves. These horse boots feature the hoof still intact with a bone used for a heel.

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    Designer Kobi Levi came up with these legs-themed high heels.

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Here are gravity-defying shoes that were popular for a while with stars like Victoria Beckham, Gwyneth Paltrow and Uma Thurman. No heel needed. Just good balance!

    Photo: Splash News

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    Slingshot heels by Kobi Levi

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    The 2011 Red Bully Rally featured a "Spike heels" car in Kiev! These fit way better than your usual pair of stilettos.

    Photo: SERGEI SUPINSKY/AFP/Getty Images

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    Another creation from designer Iris Schieferstein, using horse hooves and gold six shooters

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Wake up! Kobi Levi created these unique Pot of Coffee shoes. But don't try to drink out of them!

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Pouncing cat shoes by Kobi Levi.

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Don't be a basket case, just wear baskets on your feet!

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Hopefully you won't slip when wearing banana peel shoes.

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    These Alain Tondowski shoes are pretty cool looking but don't look that comfortable. I guess you have to suffer for fashion sometimes!

    Photo: Peter Macdiarmid / 2013 Getty Images

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    Blend into the Wild, Wild West. Snakes and guns make up these shoes!

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Taiwan's Juang Ying-Shen invented high heels with interchangeable components - swap out parts to make them more versatile.

    Photo: FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images

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    Another pair of bread loafers - this time in pumpernickel.

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Duck!

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    These shoes will look great in your shopping cart.

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Wineglass shoes.

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    The world's shortest person He Ping Ping of China can sit in the shoe of the world's tallest person, sized 55ccm at the Guiness World Records museum in Tokyo!

    Photo: YOSHIKAZU TSUNO / 2009 AFP

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    Black coffee shoes!

    Solent News / Splash News

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    Shaquille O'Neal's shoes are pretty normal looking - except for how gigantic they are!

    Photo: EVERT ELZINGA / 2008 AFP

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    Duck (#2)

    Photo: Solent News / Splash News

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    Frankie Morello featured shoes with initials on the heels in the 2009 Women's fashion week in Milan.

    Photo: DAMIEN MEYER/AFP/Getty Images

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    Lady Gaga's Workshop released these chocolate shoes. We recommend eating them, not trying to wear them.

    Photo: EMMANUEL DUNAND / 2011 AFP

 
 

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