Light-up sneakers are back—and this time, they’re for grown-ups

Light-up sneakers are back—and this time, they’re for grown-ups

Nostalgia for the ’90s knows no bounds. Case in point: POP Shoes’ new collection of light-up sneakers—which backup performers for both Justin Bieber and pop supergroup DNCE are currently wearing on tour—are now yours for the buying.

POP Shoes makes high- and low-top sneakers equipped with LED lights that are controlled by an on/off switch on the tongue of the shoe. The lights are in the sole, made from thermoplastic rubber—don’t submerge your feet in water because that may ruin the equipment.

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  POP Shoes come in several colours, offer three light-up settings (fast flash, slow flash, and continuous lights), and recharge via USB—yes, you can plug your shoes into your computer. Welcome to the future.

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Right now, the shoes are only available online in Canada (plus at NEON Clothing in Montreal). They retail for $144 to $164, depending on style.

 

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