8 of the Weirdest Shoes Ever

If you think Lady Gaga set the bar high with her double-sided boots and her hoof-esque heels, think again. These wacky shoes will have your toes screaming, your wallet hurting and your friends running. I’ll just stick to my Ash trainers, thanks.

Louboutin Pointe Heels

In 2011, when the Arts Council cut the English National Ballet’s grant by about £2 million, Christian Louboutin and 7 other designers donated couture items to help raise money for the world-renowned dance company.

Louboutin’s contribution was these sparkly, ballet-inspired shoes with a staggering 8-inch heel and trademark red sole.

Gangster CD Stereo Sneaker

A sneaky way to play your favourite tracks. No word on how badly they skip. The CDs, that is.

Fish Flops

As if your feet didn’t smell bad enough...

Kobi Levi Chewing Gum Heels

It may look like this poor soul just stepped in a wad of Hubba Bubba, but the shoe is actually part of a bizarre collection by Israeli footwear designer Kobi Levi.

Dog Shoes

Possibly the creepiest shoes ever made. Love the strategically-placed poo, though.

Marc Jacobs Backwards Heels

These backwards heels were all over the Marc Jacobs Spring 2008 collection, much to the delight of Fashion Police everyone.

Antonio Berardi Heel-Less PVC Boots

Not sure what’s worse: the lack of heels, the polyvinyl chloride , the $6000 price tag, or the fact that there’s a Posh Spice in them.

Annejet Kosters Toeless Shoes

An experimental design from Dutch footwear designer Annejet Kosters. Comfy, maybe. Sanitary? Definitely not.

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Tara Miller 4 years ago from Port Charlotte, FL

I absolutely love this hub!!! Awesome shoes. I want so many of them. Talk about statement shoes! voted way up


LILO 4 years ago

where can you buy the stereo shoes

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