Nike releases Zoom Kobe VI 3D shoes

It’s easy to understand that phones, tablets and TVs are going 3D, but what about shoes? Nike decided to release a pair of Zoom Kobe VI 3D shoes for the upcoming All-Star Game. The shoes itself aren’t magical, of course, but there is a 3D LA symbol inside the sole along with some other 3D effects if you’re wearing the right glasses. Truth be told, it’s a strange product and one that is probably trying to capitalize on all the hype surrounding 3D, though we’re sure consumers are probably smart enough to not be fooled by this, funny as it may be. It’s currently going for $249.99, in case you happen to have a money tree growing in your back yard.

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