Nike is taking a dive into the “geek chic” trend with their latest pair of Google-inspired shoes. Google community manager for Android and mobile Evan Steinberg used his Google+ page to unveil the new shoes he designed, named the Google x Nike Dunk Low “Shoegler” edition.
The pair, a tribute to Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page, features the iconic Google color scheme of blue, yellow, red, and green and bear a picture Page on each of the tongue flaps of the shoes. Additionally, Google’s logo adorns the pair and Page’s signature can be found along the sides.
It is yet unknown if the new Google kicks will make it into mass production, but as of now, Nike does not expect it to. But hey, we’ve seen Google expand into seemingly every corner of the consumer market, so it’s definitely possible!
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